Anthony Romero and Abigail Satinsky reflect on Open Engagement 2016, asking “How might we gather better?” to assert shared politics and shared action in the conference form.
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THAT: A conversation on art that isn’t art (but maybe really is) and on non-art that is art (but maybe shouldn’t be) What the hell does it mean to consider something *as* art vs. as *art*? And should anyone even care?
Artist-organizer Anthony Romero addresses questions of essentialization and exclusion of people of color at Hand-in-Glove 2015 as part of our ongoing social response.
Reflecting on the recent Hand in Glove conference, James McAnally addresses the past and future of artist-centered practice: How are we to build on our own legacies? Why do we falter when we talk about sustainability? How do we understand our capacities?