Taking risks with art can be daunting, particularly when addressing some of humanity’s most pressing issues like climate change. We believe that these creative pioneers and leaders are a necessary part of affecting change: they have (collectively) reached not only millions but over a billion viewers of their work. How have they done it and what makes it worth the risk?
Join us for a panel discussion as we navigate through the catalysts that inspire positive change in the art world. This lively panel will be moderated by Amir Mortazavi, CANOPY CEO and co-founder. Panelists include Dustin Yellin of Pioneer Works, Ben Von Wong of Impact Everywhere and Academy Award-winning filmmaker and Executive Director of the Oceanic Preservation Society, Louie Psihoyos.
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Zoom link will be sent to you upon registration.
2pm – 3pm