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SCHEDULE

 

THURSDAY NOVEMBER 1, 2018

OPENING NIGHT

 

5:00PM – 10:00PM
PARTY AT THE PÉREZ ART MUSEUM MIAMI

1103 Biscayne Blvd

 

Tidal Rage: Drag en la Frontera, featuring drag performances produced by Fredo Rivera

 

 

DAY ONE

 

 

FRIDAY NOVEMBER 2, 2018

PRESENTATIONS AT KNIGHT CONCERT HALL – ADRIENNE ARSHT CENTER

1300 BISCAYNE BLVD, MIAMI, FL 33132

 

10:00AM
INTRODUCTIONS

Land Acknowledgment:
Samuel Tommie
Welcoming Remarks:
Xavier Cortada
Justine Ludwig
Elvira Dyangani Ose

 

10:30AM
SECTION 1: ON BOUNDARIES AND A BORDERLESS FUTURE

Immigration policies and border controls continue to dominate headlines and political debates, influencing decision-making, transforming identities, and dividing communities. Rather than fixating on the divisive boundaries between ‘them’ and ‘us’, how do we universalize the migrant experience? How can we imagine the seemingly impossible possibilities otherwise discarded in politics, which could produce new models of citizenship or the dissolution of global borders?

Elvis Fuentes
María Magdalena Campos-Pons
Zach Blas
Nadia Kaabi-Linke
 
PERFORMANCE: Daniela Ortiz

 

11:25AM
SECTION 2: FACING CLIMATE REALITIES, REIMAGINING A GREEN FUTURE

This section intersects the local and the planetary, indigenous knowledge and scientific cultures, multispecies and human solidarity. Delving into ecological thought and revealing critical tools for the climate justice movement, speakers will highlight contemporary responses to climate change, extinction of species, and extractivist threats to the environment. How are these threats affecting our understanding of ourselves and our common futures?

KEYNOTE: Timothy Morton

 

11:55AM
LUNCH ACTIVATION

The BLCK Family

Summit lunches are separately ticketed

Click here to pre-register

 

12:55PM
CONVERSATION:

Timothy Morton and Colibri Sanfiorenzo Barnhard
 
Maja and Reuben Fowkes
Hassan Darsi
Houston Cypress
Pablo DeSoto

 

2:05PM
SECTION 3: TOWARDS AN INTERSECTIONAL JUSTICE

Due to rising inequity and violence, ideals for equitable and responsive governments are further distanced from present-day mindsets. Speakers will position questions of who is privileged, who gets excluded, and who has power at the intersection of gender, race and class. What are some of the crucial aspects of queer, feminist, anti-racist, and post-colonial perspectives from which practitioners have developed an emancipatory politics for our times?

KEYNOTE: Vijay Prashad
william cordova and Marie Vickles
Colectivo Universitario de Disidencia Sexual (Daniela Cápona and José Carlos Henríquez)
Bhenji Ra
Luis Manuel Otero Alcántara and Yanelys Nuñez Leyva

 

3:15PM
COFFEE BREAK

 

3:30PM
SECTION 4: RESISTING DISPLACEMENT AND VIOLENCE

From Miami to Istanbul, from Buenos Aires to Bucharest, forms of aggressive gentrification have become widespread, oftentimes signaling the rapacious influence of cultural trends. Every city offers a different story, and there is much to be gleaned from the injustices felt and the struggles taking place at different breaths and rhythms. What new forms of engagement do artists, activists and other agents integrate into their environments?

Anna Minton
Brigada Puerta de Tierra
Lia and Dan Perjovschi
Marilyn Douala-Bell
KEYNOTE: Edwidge Danticat

 

4:40PM
COFFEE BREAK

 

4:55PM
CONVERSATION:

Vijay Prashad and Edwidge Danticat

 

5:25PM
PERFORMANCE:

Krudas Cubensi
 

5:40PM
CLOSING REMARKS

 
 

DAY TWO

 

 

SATURDAY NOVEMBER 3, 2018

BREAKOUT SESSIONS AT SITES AROUND MIAMI + SUMMIT FILM PROGRAM AT SOUNDSCAPE PARK | CLICK HERE TO REGISTER

 

The second day of the Summit features over 30 conversations, workshops, and field trips held across Miami. Sessions will take place all day long at five main locations PAMM, MOAD @ MDC, Locust Projects, YoungArts, and the neighborhood of Little Haiti. The remaining sessions are at satellite locations throughout Miami. Be sure to take note of the location of your session and make transportation arrangements.

 

10:00AM – 11:00AM
SESSION 1

 

LITTLE RIVER COOP

Urban Farming in South Florida

Led by Muriel Olivares, Tiffany Noe, Danielle Bender

 

EDUOARD DUVAL-CARRIÉ STUDIO

The Global Caribbean

Led by Fredo Rivera

 

LOCUST PROJECTS

Making Waves: Impact of Regional Regranting Programs Supporting Socially-Engaged Art

Led by Michelle Lisa Polissaint, Lee Heinemann, Jason Fitzroy Jeffers, Elizabeth Spavento

 

YOUNGARTS

PASAJES: Displacement and Belonging Across Generations

Led by Cat Garcia-Menocal, Ana Menéndez, Yara Travieso

 

PAMM

Art Spotlights Rising Seas

Led by Elisa Turner, Raymond Elman, Tina Spiro, Dr. Carol Damian

 

Civic Ecology: From Stewardship to Sustainability

Led by The Center for Subtropical Affairs, Dr. Jason Downing, Joshua Sagarribay, Barbara Martinez-Guerrero, and Ian Wogan.

 

Connecting with Native Plants, the Bio-Diversity of Change

Led by Houston Cypress, Jean Sarmiento

 

How Can Public Art Connect People and Communities to Public Space?

Led by Amy Rosenberg, Debi Weschler, Amanda Sanfilippo Long, Ximena Caminos

 

Queer Interventions

Led by Laurencia Strauss, Ricardo E. Zulueta

 

Speculating in Futures

Led by Felice Grodin and Jennifer Inacio

 
 

12:00PM – 1:00PM
SESSION 2

 

LITTLE HAITI CULTURAL COMPLEX

Our Long Term Goals: Creative Practitioners in their Communities

Led by Marie Vickles, william cordova

 

MOAD

Creating/Living in a Transnational Art Community

Led by Rosie Gordon-Wallace, Alix Pierre, Ph.D.

 

LOCUST PROJECTS

Reciprocidad Andina, Towards an Exchange Based Social Practice

Led by Cesar Cornejo, Ashley Lester, Diana Fridelova, Dyron Lafuente, Marc Bridger, Catherine Gomez, Bonnie Mae Carrow

 

YOUNGARTS

Miami Rara (MR)

Led by Charo Oquet

 

PAMM

Anxieties of Transparency

Led by Elvis Fuentes, Gema Álava, Yucef Merhi, Rodolfo Peraza

 

Binary Code: Genders in Art

Led by Janet Batet, Maria Magdalena Campos-Pons, Nereida Garcia-Ferraz, David Rohn, Nina Surel,Michelle Weinberg

 

Coastal Curriculum

Led by Christy Gast, Denise Milstein, Julián Donas Milstein

 

Miami and the Caribbean: The View from Poetry

Conversation led by Legna Rodríguez Iglesias and Fabienne Josaphat, moderated by Mario Alejandro Ariza

 

Plant Patriotism

Led by Maja and Reuben Fowkes

 

Sustainable Cultural Practices: Ideas for Institutional Resistance

Led by Susan Caraballo, Blanca de la Torre

 

“Underlying” Miami – Imagining Climate Futures

Led by Rozalinda Borcilā, Yahalétke / Rev Houston R. Cypress, Gean Moreno

 

Violence, Migration, Cultural Memory and Resistance in the Contemporary Cultural Production of Central American Diaspora Artists

Led by María Adela Diaz, Alma Leiva, Muriel Hasbun

 
 
 

3:00PM – 4:00PM
SESSION 3

 

MANA CONTEMPORARY

ARTsail and the Impossible Dream: Synergistic Cross-Marketing

Led by Ombretta Agro Andruff, Captain William Rey, Bibi Baloyra, David McCauley

 

THE WOLFSONIAN – FIU COLLECTION

Activist Objects: Art and Politics in The Wolfsonian-FIU Collection

Led by Amy Galpin, Shoshana Resnikoff

 

SIMPSON PARK

Constellations: Deep Mapping Miami’s Past, Present, and Future

Led by Fereshteh Toosi, Onajide Shabaka

 

ARTCENTER/SOUTH FLORIDA

Parallels and Peripheries: Mobilizing and Creating Coalitions Through Story Circles

Led by Lizania Cruz, Larry Ossei-Mensah, Esther Park

 

MOAD

Impact Storytelling and Imagined Communities

Led by Aziz Isham

 

LOCUST PROJECTS

To Do What You Can Out of What You Have

Led by Lia and Dan Perjovschi

 

YOUNGARTS

On an Island: Defending the Right to Create

Led by Yanelys Nuñez Leyva, Luis Manual Otero Alcántara, Julie Trebault, Alison Russo

 

Condos, Vacant Lots and Urban Art: A Walking Tour of Wynwood and Edgewater

Led by Fredo Rivera

 

PAMM

Freedom Dreams

Led by Jabari Mickles, Vivian Azalia

 

Friendly Match (Neighborhood to Neighborhood)

Led by Brigada Puerta de Tierra (BPDT)

 
 

OPEN HOUR DROP IN SESSIONS

PAMM

Live From Planet Earth

10AM – 4PM in the Learning Theater

Led by Angela Valella, Roc Laseca, The Nightclub

 

Queer Interventions

11AM – 12PM

Led by Laurencia Strauss and Ricardo E. Zulueta

 

EDOUARD DUVAL-CARRIÉ STUDIO

Open Studio at Edouard Duval-Carrié

11AM – 12PM

 

EXILE BOOKS

EXILE Activist Small Press Fair

11AM – 4PM

Led by Amanda Keeley and Philip Lique

 
 

7:30PM – 10:15PM
CREATIVE TIME SUMMIT INAUGURAL FILM SERIES

Soundscape Park
400 17th St, Miami Beach, FL 33139

Leitmotiv (2011) by Cinthia Marcelle – 4 minutes

Swimming in Your Skin Again (2015) by Terence Nance – 23 minutes

Are you OK? (Havana) (2014) by Antonia Wright – 5 minutes

Aequador (2012) by Laura Huertas Millán – 19 minutes

Salt Water after 47 (2016) by Selma Selman – 5 minutes

Emergency Turned Upside-down (2016) by Oliver Ressler – 16 minutes

Here I’ll Stay (2017) by Lorena Manríquez and Marlene McCurtis – 10 minutes

National Disintegrations (2017) by Braden King – 11 minutes

Lady Eva (2017) by Hinaleimoana Wong-Kalu, Dean Hamer, Joe Wilson – 10 minutes

Papa Rainbow (2016) by Fan Popo – 20 minutes

The Town I Live In (2017) by Guadalupe Rosales and Matt Wolf – 10 minutes

The Housing Question (2014) by Rena Rädle and Vladan Jeremić -11 minutes

Architecture of Exclusion (2010) by Frente 3 De Fevereiro – 15 minutes

Hilário (2016) by Nástio Mosquito – 4 minutes