Tag Archives: Open Engagement
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.
This conversation between Randall Szott and Sal Randolph began in the wake of Open Engagement, an annual conference on art and social practice held in Portland, Oregon in May of 2012 and is published as part of a series of conversations on social practice, criticism and the professionalization of art.
Can we be both critically and socially engaged? James McAnally addresses the critical and political implications of writing about socially engaged art.