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Artists as Activists: Using Creative Talent for Social Progress

Artists as Activists: Using Creative Talent for Social Progress

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Jehane Noujaim Shares Scenes from "The Square"

 

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Fri, April 11, 2014; 13:15 - 14:30

Monica Yunus and Camille Zamora of Sing for Hope

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Naif Al-Mutawa, Creator of THE 99

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Feliciano dos Santos in Conversation with Ned Breslin

 

Fri, April 11, 2014; 13:15 - 14:30

Nancy Richards Farese of PhotoPhilanthropy

 

Fri, April 11, 2014; 13:15 - 14:30
Location: SBS, Nelson Mandela Lecture Theatre

Artists play a very special role in social movements, whether capturing the soul of a moment through song, documenting global change and the people behind it through film or photography, or imagining a new world through a painting or new media. These ambitious “social art-epreneurs” are using their unique talents to emotionally communicate, creatively educate, and ultimately motivate audiences around the globe with their provocative ideas about how the world could, and should, be.

 

SPEAKERS

Speaker

Monica Yunus

Soprano and Co-Founding Director
Sing for Hope

Speaker

Camille Zamora

Co-Founding Director
Sing for Hope

Speaker

Naif Al-Mutawa

Founder and Chairman
THE 99

Author and Speaker

Ned Breslin

CEO
Water For People

Speaker

feliciano dos Santos

Director ESTAMOS organiza‹o comunit‡ria
Estamos

Speaker

Nancy Farese

Founder
PhotoPhilanthropy

Speaker

Jehane Noujaim

Director / Producer
Noujaim Films

 
 

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