Last month London-based Counterpoints Arts (with support from Unbound Philanthropy and Social Change Initiative) invited a small group of media makers, visual artists, musicians, funders, and curators (including me), to hatch post-Brexit creative strategies. I was pleased that they began the meeting with a policy briefing…
Visual minutes from our post-Brexit meeting
Post-Brexit place-based exhibit, with fine print
Which makes me wonder: What structures do we in the U.S. have in place for planning our next steps? Which leaders should we be working with who understand the unique role that creative media can (must?) play in defending our neighbors against rollbacks in DACA, health care, climate change, reproductive rights, and more?