Featuring: Alfredo Salazar-Caro, Alicia Escott, Antonio Roberts, Auriea Harvey, Bayeté Ross Smith, Caroline Sinders, Christina Corfield, Clareese Hill, Claudia Hart, Danielle Siembieda, Darrin Martin, David Bayus, Faith Holland, Faiyaz Jafri, Gabriel Barcia-Colombo, Genevieve Quick, Gretta Louw, Hank Willis Thomas and Kambui Olujimi, Jakob Kudsk Steensen, Jamel Chapel AKA Jam No Peanut《MC 听不懂, James X Patterson, Jenifer Wofford, LaJuné McMillian, Laura Gillmore, Laura Hyunjhee Kim, Laura Splan, Leila Weefur, Liss Lafleur, Lorna Mills, Lynn Marie Kirby, Mads Lynnerup, Maggie Roberts [Orphan Drift], Mark Amerika, Mark Klink, Martina Menengon, Mary Flanagan, Minoosh (Raheleh) Zomorodinia, Mohsen Hazrati, Molly Soda, Noth (Qinyuan) Liu, Penelope Umbrico, Porpentine Charity Heartscape, R. Luke DuBois, Ranu Mukherjee [Orphan Drift], Rosa Menkman, Ruben Natal-San Miguel, Sean Capone, Shaghayegh Cyrous, shawné michaelain holloway, Sherie Weldon, Snow Yunxue Fu, Surabhi Saraf, Susan Silas, Tamiko Thiel, Tiare Ribeaux, Yuliya Lanina
In conversation with:
Agil Abdullayev, Shaghayegh Cyrous, Minoosh Zomorodinia, and Connie Zheng.
In conjunction with the upcoming After Hope program at the Asian Art Museum, San Francisco, we will be holding a series of bi-monthly virtual meetings starting July 16, 2020. Imagined as an international working group, these sessions will be an informal space to meet, share ideas, learn about each other’s work, and have meaningful and engaged dialogue around art and hope at a time of dire need for social reconciliation and radical new visions
with Shaghayegh Cyrous
and Mobina Nouri
Learn how to separate thinking into six clear functions and roles represented by symbolic "Thinking Hats." By mentally wearing and switching hats, participants can easily focus or redirect thoughts, the conversations and the solutions. Understand the strengths, weaknesses, and your affinity for the different hats to level up your problem solving skills!
Join us for a free, online discussion this Thursday, July 23 at 5:30 pm, Pacific, as Immersive Arts Alliance hosts a panel that spans the globe. Register, and be part of a critical conversation: Getting Paid For It: Innovative Art, Innovative Commerce.
In recent years, the emerging domain of Immersive and Experiential art has had an unprecedented impact on commercial event making, while radically expanding what the experience of entering and feeling the work of an artist can mean. With our panel, we'll be looking at the delivery system for Immersive and Experiential art, connecting to the wider art world in unique ways. We ask: what are the opportunities for artists to live and prosper as we move through and emerge into a changed landscape for the arts?
Hosted by Immersive Arts Alliance, a Bay Area nonprofit, this is a Webinar in the Zoom environment, and is offered for free. Registration is required.
When: Jul 23, 2020 05:30 PM Pacific Time (US and Canada)
Topic: Getting Paid For It
"Sensibility against Violence” is included to the official screening program of NewMediaFest 2020 for Berlin in physical space @ IAM—Institut für Alles Mögliche, by the curator Wilfried Agricola De Cologne. The artists Shaghayegh Cyrous, Haleh Jamali, Mandana MoghaddamSara Niroobakhsh and Parya Vatankhah. this proverb is good for the 1st physical event to take place in Berlin after the Corona shut down.
The opening is 9 July 2020. The screenings take place at Stützpunkt Teufelsberg.
What did the outside become to us in the months we were quarantined? Through views from windows collected from all over the world, Iranian artist Shagheygh Cyrous continues on her years-long investigation of possibilities and politics of relating over distances that can’t be physically crossed.
In the light of the ongoing health risks, the capacity of people in the apartment will be limited to 4 visitors. Please, RSVP for a half a a free half an hour slot of your choice.
Come on time and you should have enough time to watch the video, browse through our library, and chat with us.