Curatorial interests include: • Generative art and/or design • Intergenerational collaboration • Sustainability and climate change • Speculative and alternative futures • Social justice and activism surrounding urgent social issues • The role of technology in contemporary culture • Creative technology as a tool for envisioning new ways forward CultureHub is also seeking partner organizations or individuals interested in facilitating dialogue sessions, workshops, or trainings. Topics might include: • Intergenerational movement building • Knowledge-sharing workshops • Know Your Rights (or other) Training • Surveillance of black activists from Black Panthers to Black Lives Matter • Intergenerational storytelling workshop
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March 13, 2020 - March 15, 2020
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CultureHub is seeking proposals for performances, conversations, and exhibition works to present in New York City and Los Angeles that engage the theme Re-Generation. The word “generation” is often used to refer to people in groups, divided by time, social trends, and political events. In biology, re-generation is the process of renewal, restoration, and growth. This year’s exhibition will include artworks and perspectives from artists, activists, and technologists of all ages who are using a wide range of approaches and tools to engage this theme. CultureHub is also seeking partnerships with organizations or individuals who are interested in hosting conversations or facilitating workshops and trainings. Topics and interests include generative art, intergenerational movement-building, speculative or alternative futures, and more. Learn more about the open call and submit on our website. Questions can be directed to email@example.com.