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Creative Time Summit Makes Headlines in DC and Worldwide

October 27th, 2016

We’re back from DC, and with articles in The New York Times, Washington Post, and The Guardian, over 1,200 attendees, more than 100 speakers and presenters, nearly 50 screening sites, and 32,000 people watching live online – The Creative Time Summit DC: Occupy the Future was our biggest Summit to date!

In case you missed it, Tania Bruguera announced that she’s running for president of Cuba, and both Tania and Pedro Reyes were ranked by artnet News as “10 Disruptors Who Are Completely Changing the Art World.” We also hosted a reading at the White House, and presenters took deep dives into art, politics, and the absurd. And to top it off, one of our Keynotes, Hans Ulrich Obrist, got the top slot in ArtReview‘s Power 100, alongside Creative Time’s Katie Hollander and Nato Thompson.

Couldn’t join us in DC? You can still stream the first two days for free online.

Photo by Tatiana Gulenkina