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Sunday, February 16 • 11:30am - 12:20pm
Sustainability: On Currency, Value, and Solidarity

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Cameron Shaw will facilitate a conversation on sustaining a fulfilling creative practice. Panelists, each of whom has an extensive and diverse background working inside and outside the visual art world, will address the economic realities of creative and financial stress. Key to this conversation are definitions of sustainability, consideration of multiple currencies within the art world, calculation of value, and a review of the growing use of the term solidarity economy. Panelists will share their observations, inspirations, notable trends, and visions for paths forward toward a more tenable future. 

Speakers
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Cameron Shaw

Deputy Director and Chief Curator, California African American Museum (CAAM)
Cameron Shaw joined the California African American Museum in September 2019 to guide the curatorial and education departments as well as marketing and communications. She was previously the executive director of New Orleans-based Pelican Bomb, a non-profit contemporary art organization... Read More →
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Mario Ybarra Jr.

Artist, Co-Founder, Slanguage Studio
Mario Ybarra Jr. is a Mexican-American conceptual artist born and raised in Los Angeles. His artwork operates as examinations of excluded social norms, often examining complete environments, histories, and narratives. His work has been featured in many prestigious venues including... Read More →
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Allison Wyper

Artist, Artists Knowledge Manager, Center for Cultural Innovation
Artist Sustainability! Workshops and Consulting on a variety of business and professional development topics. I specialize in working with individual artists and small companies.
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Anuradha Vikram

Writer, Curator, and Educator, Curative Projects
Anuradha Vikram is the Los Angeles-based author of Decolonizing Culture. She has guest-curated exhibitions for institutions including the Craft Contemporary (formerly CAFAM), the Orange County Center for Contemporary Art, Mills College Art Museum, and the DeYoung Museum Artist Studio... Read More →
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Kibum Kim

Lawyer, Writer, Educator, Partner, Commonwealth and Council
Kibum  Kim is a lawyer and writer interested in the interactions of art, culture, politics, law, and business as well as the Program Director of Art Business at the Claremont Graduate University’s Center for Business & Management of the Arts. He specializes in art law and art market... Read More →


Sunday February 16, 2020 11:30am - 12:20pm
Skirball Cultural Center: Theater 2701 N Sepulveda Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90049