PBS Art21: "Change" with Ai Weiwei
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This screening & live conversation will highlight and analyze the profound power of art and artist in their ability to impact society. Connecting teachers, educators, artists, and art-lovers we invite you to share your thoughts.
Discover the world of Ai Weiwei, China's famous artist and human rights activist, Ghanaian scultor El Anatsui, and American photographer Catherine Opie.
Philip Tinari, holds the esteemed title of Director of the Ullens Center for Contemporary Art and worked with Ai Weiwei on the documentary "Change".
For anyone who loves art or dreams of change.
We will begin at 9pm ET / 6pm PT on Tuesday Dec. 10th. The screening will automatically begin from this page.
How do artists respond to a world in flux? In what ways do artists act as agents of change, and what kinds of aesthetic choices do they make to express it? This episode features artists who bear witness, through their work, to transformation--cultural, material, and aesthetic--and actively engage communities as collaborators and subjects.
Duration: 54min 54sec
- Jonathan Remple
Digital Engagement Producer, ITVS Jonathan was a Fulbright Fellow in Rwanda and now produces and hosts an online series on OVEE highlighting the Arts.
- Patrick Baroch
National Engagement Consultant, ITVS
- Philip Tinari
Philip is an art director and critic living in Beijing. Tinari is currently the esteemed director of the Ullens Center for Contemporary Art.
- Eve Moros-Ortega
Managing Director, PBS Art21
- Nechama Winston
- Philip Tinari
- Nechama Winston, Art21
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