Artivism Roundtable: Fall Arts Festival
A 90-minute round-table conversation with four artivist panelists, a moderator, and audience members.
These artivists are part of the Artvism: The Power of Art for Social Transformation initiative. The artivists will discuss current projects and engage the audience through thought-provoking topics that inspire action towards social change via the arts.
We would like to extend an invitation to participate in the Artivism Round-Table event:
- Pre, During & Post Event Planning
- Social Media Coordinators
- Artivism Ambassadors on Day of Event
- Student Engagement Advocates
- Be a Part of the Discussions
- Meet the Artivists
- Explore Internships and Collaborations
Artivism’s mission is to nurture change for a more dignified and meaningful co-existence.
This round table event will feature the following artivists:
- Alina Bloomgarden, Founder of Music on the Inside
- Cynthia Tobar, Assistant Professor and Head of Archives at Bronx Community College
- Eirini Linardaki, Founder of Occupy Art Project and Public Arts artist
- Karlee Roberts, Bicoastal Filmmaker
Artivism is grateful to our Adelphi University Liaison Dr. Stephanie Lake, Director of the Criminal Justice Program in the Sociology Department.
Artivism: The Power of Art for Social Transformation is sponsored by, Gottesman Libraries, Teachers College, Columbia University, Sing for Hope and Adelphi University.
For more information, please contact: