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Artists on the Line

When: February 6, 2014 7:00 PM
Price: $8 Members, $10 Public
Event Phone Number: 202.639.1700
Where:
Corcoran Gallery of Art
500 Seventeenth St., NW
Washington DC 20006
What:

Join artists, activists, filmmakers, and journalists as they reflect on the social, environmental, and political relevance of Mia Feuer's exhibition, An Unkindness. The panel discusses the proposed Keystone XL Pipeline and explores the role that art plays in deconstructing complex social issues. Moderated by Michael McCarthy, Editor-in-Chief of DC magazine.

Panelists include:
David Dufresne, celebrated filmmaker and creator of the documentary-game, Fort McMoney

Franke James, Canadian artist, environmental activist, and author of Banned on the Hill: A True Story about Dirty Oil and Government Censorship.

Mia Feuer, Canadian and Washington, D.C. based artist featured in the current NOW at the Corcoran exhibition, Mia Feuer: An Unkindness

Steven Mufson, energy reporter for The Washington Post and author of the TED book, Keystone XL: Down the Line

Viewing of NOW at the Corcoran exhibition, Mia Feuer: An Unkindness, follows the program.

Pre-registration excouracged.  Register here.


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