You can download the report / notes from the 2012 meeting at the top of the AOW 2012 page!
I’ve been invited to participate in a session ‘Living a Long Time: sustaining practice, sustaining dialogue’ at Arts in the One World – A Life’s Work (March 1-3, 2012). This year’s seventh annual Arts in the One World Conference coincides with the Rhythm of Change Festival hosted by the Mande Dance Class.
Our theme this year is A Life’s Work: art making as the center of one’s life; one’s art as a life in civics. We are looking at art-in-the-prisons for best practices. AOW is an annual gathering. We draw together students, faculty, practitioners and activists across disciplines, from immediate and international communities, framing presentations and conversations open to the school and the general public. We explore various ways artistic, political, and historical purposes intersect (through reconciliation, the recovery of historical memory, and advocacy for justice).