While the Museum is temporarily closed, we’ll be providing weekly suggestions for art-related projects and virtual getaways.

This Week’s Featured Activity

Tef Poe at For Freedoms Town Hall: The 50 State Initiative, Town Hall, Contemporary Art Museum St...Tef Poe at For Freedoms Town Hall: The 50 State Initiative, Town Hall, Contemporary Art Museum St. Louis, Missouri, 2018.

Summer of Know:
For Freedoms

August 13, 2020  |  2 pm (Eastern)  |  Free
Livestreamed on .

Hosted by the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, is a four-part conversation series that merges contemporary art and thought to consider the more pressing issues of our day.  Designed to spark cross-disciplinary dialogue and debate, the discussions feature contemporary artists, practitioners, and thought leaders who are at the forefront of the ideas, organizing, and actions most urgently impacting society and culture.

The is co-curated by , a platform for creative civic engagement, discourse, and direct action that was founded in 2016 by artists Hank Willis Thomas, Michelle Woo, Wyatt Gallery, and Eric Gottesman.

Gottesman is Assistant Professor of Art+Design in the photography program at Purchase College; For Freedoms is also a founding organization for the Purchase College Center for Engagement. The Center confronts urgent issues in contemporary life through an alliance of organizations and programs whose projects inspire community engagement and impact social change.

Join For Freedoms’ Thomas, Woo, and Gottesman (panelists) and interim executive director Claudia Peña (moderator) on for the first session of the Guggenheim’s 2020 series—a livestream discussion of healing, justice, and the power of listening

About For Freedoms
Inspired by American artist Norman Rockwell’s paintings of Franklin D. Roosevelt’s Four Freedoms (1941)—freedom of speech, freedom of worship, freedom from want, and freedom from fear—For Freedoms’ exhibitions, installations, and public programs use art to deepen public discussions on civic issues and core values, and to advocate for equality, dialogue, and civic participation. As a nexus between art, politics, commerce, and education, the platform aims to inject the anti-partisan critical thinking that fine art requires into the political landscape through programming, exhibitions, and public artworks. In 2020, For Freedoms will build on its 50 State Initiative campaign, which was launched in 2018 as the largest creative collaboration in United States history.

Learn more about For Freedoms


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