ArtsLink Assembly 2023: Ukraine’s cultural life
The international ArtsLink Assembly 2023 will take place on November 16-17, bringing together artists, curators, and scholars to discuss the future of the cultural sector globally and in Ukraine in particular. The event will be held in two cities: Chicago (USA) live and Kyiv (Ukraine) online. The livestream will be available.
ArtsLink Assembly 2023 is themed “The Future Is Not What It Used to Be.” Over two days, the event will feature 35 speakers sharing their thoughts on the Ukrainian cultural industry and its prospects.
Day one features a succession of MANYfestos, thought pieces, presentations and discussions by leading artists rooted in their unique communities around the world and figures in cultural policy and practice, philanthropy and social justice.
Day two focuses on the cultural reconstruction of Ukraine and features perspectives from key cultural voices. Emerging from the ideas and issues raised by Ukrainian artists and cultural leaders at last year’s ArtsLink Assembly in Warsaw, the Ukrainian Institute and independent Kyiv-based think tank CEDOS will present a strategy report that distills many critical issues facing Ukraine’s cultural future caused by Russia’s war of aggression.
For the full programme of ArtsLink Assembly 2023 and registration, visit CEC ArtsLink website.
The ArtsLink Assembly 2023 is curated and produced by CEC ArtsLink and made possible by support from the Trust for Mutual Understanding and the Kirby Family Foundation.
The report “Beyond Greener Grass: Strategies Towards Ukrainian Transnational Cultural Reconstruction” is produced in collaboration with the Ukrainian Institute Kyiv and Cedos. Livestream is produced and supported by HowlRound.com.