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Friday, May 28 • 11:30am - 12:45pm
11:30 AM ET: A Compass of Challenges. How Arts & Culture is rebuilding our communities. Panel Discussion with European & US Panelists

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"While there are many challenges facing the US and European society, this panel discussion starts with four cardinal points of racism, poverty, climate change, and the complexities of a divided society that includes those who distrust or outright reject art, education and ideas or information outside of their bubble.

This Discussion will be moderated, and will focus on four cardinal points that represent four of society’s primary challenges. After a brief introduction aimed at igniting the discussion, the panelists will share their positions on the problems and examples offering replicable solutions.

The Four Challenges:
1. Racism – rejection of the ’other’.
2. Poverty – acceptance of inequality as a principle by the wealthy.
3. Climate Change – our imperiled future.
4. Fractured society,- distrust/rejection of art, culture, education and ideas or information outside one’s bubble.

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International Task Force Session
AAAE's International Task Force continues the Association's work to promote and support international connections for its predominantly US-based membership. The task force is led by AAAE Board Members Prof. Anne Frost of Humber College, Canada, and Prof. Daniel Green of Carnegie Mellon University, in the U.S. The task force comprises AAAE members who explore international activities and initiatives that will benefit our learners, our pedagogy, and our profession.

In the 2021 conference schedule, the International Task Force aims to highlight presenters, presentations and subject areas from outside the United States. These have been labeled “International Task Force Session” in the conference program, for ease of reference by those who are keen to explore models and paradigms with arts management educators around the world. We invite you to consider attending these sessions, and look forward to further communication.

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Speakers
avatar for Leonie Hodkevitch, University of Vienna

Leonie Hodkevitch, University of Vienna

Director, Co-founder, Clearly Culture, University of Vienna, European Union
Mag. Phil. Leonie Hodkevitch, born in Sofia, raised in Vienna, graduated in Ethnology, as well as Spanish and French Philology at the University of Vienna. She is an author, cultural producer and lecturer for Cultural Management at numerous European and U.S. universities. Co-founder... Read More →
avatar for Dee Boyle Clapp, Arts Extension Service, UMass Amherst, Director

Dee Boyle Clapp, Arts Extension Service, UMass Amherst, Director

Dee Boyle Clapp leads training programs in a variety of arts management topics for state arts agencies, teaches in AES’ arts management degree and certificate programs, and conducts AES research projects. Dee is a sculptor, installation artist and has over 25 years of experience... Read More →


Friday May 28, 2021 11:30am - 12:45pm EDT
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