Thurs. August 25, 12pm EST

PARTIES


Paata Sabelashvili

Jay Jordan

Kate Kelly

Learn how parties can bring the powerful to their knees.

Steve Lambert, Center for Artistic Activism Co-Founder and Artistic Director leads Jay Jordan (Reclaim the Streets), Kate Kelly (Shout Your Abortion), and Paata Sabelashvili (Raveolution) in a conversation about their participation in social movements that used parties as a site of protest. Watch as they dig into why parties work, and how they can promote freedom of expression and community while cutting through the tension.

Featured Panelists

Jay Jordan (Reclaim the Streets, Laboratory of Insurrectionary Imagination)

Kate Kelly (Shout Your Abortion)

Paata Sabelashvili (White Noise Movement, Raveolution)

References

Last Dance by Peter van Langen — Peter van Langen’s thorough research explores the dance floor as a site of resistance, particularly for queer communities.

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How Do We Know It Works?
The Power of Utopia
Using Humor When Things Are Dire
Strategic Generosity
Radicalizing the Remote
Can Artistic Activism Combat Civic Apathy?

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