The Regional Arts Commission of St. Louis / Community Arts Training (CAT) Institute
and the people-powered U.S. Department of Arts and Culture
invite artists, activists, policy-makers, and community organizers, to:
Thursday, November 17th – Saturday, November 19th
Immediately following the presidential election, CULTURE/SHIFT 2016 is powerfully positioned to generate and amplify creative strategies for change, bringing art to the heart of social justice and community.
Through a rich mix of hands-on workshops, performances, interactive art-making, and public talks and actions — tagged with POLICY ∙ PEOPLE ∙ PLAY ∙ ART& — we will explore how artists and allies can organize for full cultural citizenship.
CULTURE/SHIFT 2016 is a creative encounter designed to maximize imagination, serendipity, boldness, impact, and meaningful connection.