Art, Politics and Popular Culture

Art, Politics and Popular Culture



Creators and curators of dynamic content are actively challenging injustice, illuminating cultural heritage, questioning social constructs, and inspiring us to action. Artists and activists are not only making sense of the world around us, but are also growing relationships, shifting boundaries, and reflecting the evolution of our personal and societal identities. As our world becomes increasingly interconnected, how do we not only evaluate, but harness this intersection of creativity, power, and influence?

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Julia Boorstin, Senior Media and Entertainment Correspondent, CNBC

Lee Daniels, Writer, Director and Producer
Sarah Gubbins, Playwright; Founding Member, The Kilroys
Damon Lindelof, Screenwriter and Producer
George Takei, Actor and Activist

Published April 27, 2018