Centre for the Living Arts presents Futures Project

Centre for the Living Arts presents Futures Project a nine-month program that will examine future possibilities for the Gulf Coast, with focus areas that are both expected and unexpected on view May—December 2013).

Aboard the Mothership Part One: Postulations of Myth and Math, Dawn DeDeaux

Aboard the Mothership Part One: Postulations of Myth and Math, Dawn DeDeaux

Futures Project will feature a group exhibition of emerging and established visual artists from around the world. In addition to the exhibition, the CLA will organize an extensive slate of educational and public programming to compliment and amplify Futures Project.

Artists’ projects are considered a springboard for new conversations, and the CLA welcomes their input and ideas for all public programs and activities. A different topic relating to the future will be examined each month through film screenings, public forums and conversations, studio classes and workshops for all ages, plus special programming for teens and seniors.

Topics under consideration for monthly programming include:
Future of:
Childhood & aging
Home, place & immigration
Race, class & ethics
Communication, information, knowledge & wisdom
Education & learning, success & failure
Health, wellness & spirituality
Environment, climate change, prediction & politics
Art & cultural organizations
Mobile & downtown economic development

Futures Project has been made possible by the generous support of
The J. L. Bedsole Foundation, PNC Bank, The Daniel Foundation
of Alabama, and the National Endowment for the Arts. www.centreforthelivingarts.com

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