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Streaming Live – Wednesday June 23rd – 1pm-2pm – at Future Cities Canada: The Summit
Join Future Cities Canada and panelists for this live discussion with an audience Q&A.
Cities are made of all kinds of people, but they’re not built for all of us. Join us for a discussion on issues stemming from inequality in arts, culture, and how we design and build our cities and public spaces. The talk will shed light on the challenges and benefits of what it means to be inclusive and what it will really take to make significant contributions to the generation of a more open, diverse and inclusive society.
Dr. Julie Nagam, Associate Professor, History of Art, University of Winnipeg, Canada Research Chair in Indigenous Arts, Collaboration and Digital Media, Director of Aabijijiwan New Media Lab, Inaugural Artistic Director for 2020 and 2021 for Nuit Blanche Toronto
Sean Lee, Director of Programming, Tangled Art + Disability
Will Kwan, Artist and Associate Professor, Department of Arts, Culture and Media, University of Toronto Scarborough
Joy Bailey Bryant, President, US, Lord Cultural Resources
This event is streaming live – Wednesday June 23rd – 1pm-2pm at Future Cities Canada: The Summit.
Next Month at Future Cities Canada: The Summit:
Changing Tides: Design Solutions and Art as a Catalyst
Streaming live – Wednesday July 21st – at Future Cities Canada: The Summit.
Climate change is having a resounding impact on our waterways across the globe. Rising sea levels, flooding, erosion and drought are but a few examples of impact felt across the planet. How can art and design help catalyze change and offer creative solutions to these global shifts? A conversation with Matthew Hickey, Two Row Architect, artist and filmmaker Jason van Bruggen, and Netami Stuart, Waterfront Toronto, explores local and international examples of naturalized and engineered landscapes and the ways in which they can protect our water systems.
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June 23, 2021 @ 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm