Art in a Time of Crisis w/ Yerba Buena Center CEO Deborah Cullinan
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People from all over the world travel to San Francisco to experience its immersive art from murals in the mission to museums in SOMA. How are we appreciating and consuming art during a time of crisis?
How will new art come out of these trying times and how will it be consumed?
Join us for a virtual conversation with Yerba Buena Center of the Arts CEO Deborah Cullinan where we talk about art in a time of crisis.
More about Deborah Cullinan:
Yerba Buena Center for the Arts (YBCA) CEO Deborah Cullinan is one of the nation’s leading thinkers on the pivotal role arts organizations can play in shaping our social and political landscape, and has spent years mobilizing communities through arts and culture. Deborah is committed to revolutionizing the role art centers play in public life and during her tenure at YBCA, she has launched several bold new programs, engagement strategies, and civic coalitions. Prior to joining YBCA in 2013, she was the Executive Director of San Francisco’s Intersection for the Arts. She is a co-founder of CultureBank and ArtsForum SF, co-chair of the San Francisco Arts Alliance and on the board of the Community Arts Stabilization Trust. Her passion for using art and creativity to shift culture has made her a sought-after speaker at events and conferences around the world.
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