SVA’s Division of Continuing Education is pleased to present its 3rd annual Art & Activism event at the famed SVA Theatre (333 West 23rd Street, New York, NY 10011), moderated by media personality Valerie Smaldone. This year, we celebrate the power of collectives, performance as political activism, and artistic activations of public space. Join SVA CE for a presentation and performances, and stick around for a reception and KiKi lounge, where guest can design their own protest gear for the election season.
Honored guests will include representatives from the Sing for Hope organization, Hetrick-Martin Institute for LGBTQ youth, NYC Department of Cultural Affairs Percent for Art program, MOVE design collective, and a dedicated community of artists and performers to raise the roof for the immense power of art and design activism.
Giveaways will include customizable megaphones to make your voices heard, tote bags, and art supplies to get guests geared up and pumped up to make a difference.
Connect with the SVACE community this fall for one of their many courses designed to enliven and engage students activist spirit as they work together to combat injustice.
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School of Visual Arts has been a leader in the education of artists, designers and creative professionals for seven decades. With a faculty of distinguished working professionals, a dynamic curriculum and an emphasis on critical thinking, SVA is a catalyst for innovation and social responsibility. Comprising 6,000 students at its Manhattan campus and 35,000 alumni in 100 countries, SVA also represents one of the most influential artistic communities in the world. For information about the College please visit sva.edu.
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