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Dallas Contemporary: "building futures"

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Dallas Contemporary will present a virtual conversation inspired by Doug Aitken’s "New Horizon." This casual panel discussion will address themes explored during the project’s 17-day journey last year, how our responses to these forward-looking topics have changed, what the new vision of the future may be, and how we all move forward together.

Moderated by Terri Thornton, Fort Worth-based artist + Curator of Education at the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth, the panel will feature Christina Rees, editor-in-chief of Glasstire; Rachel Weaver, Denton-based artist, writer + environmentalist; and Beatriz Cortez, LA-based artist + scholar.

Dallas Contemporary will present a virtual conversation inspired by Doug Aitken’s "New Horizon." This casual panel discussion will address themes explored during the project’s 17-day journey last year, how our responses to these forward-looking topics have changed, what the new vision of the future may be, and how we all move forward together.

Moderated by Terri Thornton, Fort Worth-based artist + Curator of Education at the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth, the panel will feature Christina Rees, editor-in-chief of Glasstire; Rachel Weaver, Denton-based artist, writer + environmentalist; and Beatriz Cortez, LA-based artist + scholar.

Dallas Contemporary will present a virtual conversation inspired by Doug Aitken’s "New Horizon." This casual panel discussion will address themes explored during the project’s 17-day journey last year, how our responses to these forward-looking topics have changed, what the new vision of the future may be, and how we all move forward together.

Moderated by Terri Thornton, Fort Worth-based artist + Curator of Education at the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth, the panel will feature Christina Rees, editor-in-chief of Glasstire; Rachel Weaver, Denton-based artist, writer + environmentalist; and Beatriz Cortez, LA-based artist + scholar.

WHEN

WHERE

Virtual
https://www.dallascontemporary.org/panel-discussion-registration

TICKET INFO

Admission is free.
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