The Talking to Action researchers and lead curator Bill Kelley, Jr. took part in the Hammer Museum’s Engage More Now! A Symposium on Artists, Museums, and Publics on November 6-7, 2015. The symposium aimed to address three main areas of investigation: museum-sited engagement; nomadic museum practices; and artist-initiated engagement outside existing institutional frameworks. As a guest [more]
Dialogue: A basic action, gesture, or strategy of creative work employed by artists and communities including workshops, alternative pedagogies, or community approaches.
While in Quito, lead curator Bill Kelley, Jr. conducted interviews with artists and cultural promoters. He asked: What is the most urgent challenge in supporting community based art practices operating between community and institutional cultural spaces?