THE POWER OF OUR CULTURAL INSTITUTIONS AS ENGINES FOR REIMAGINING COMMUNITY, CREATIVITY, AND SOCIAL RELATIONS IN OUR POST-PANDEMIC FUTURE
In our post-pandemic world, the impact of the virus continues. It has changed the ways we work, live, and interact with one another. And it has amplified many urgent concerns, such as food security, job security and the future of work, racial and economic equity, and the conditions of life in our cities and rural areas. Artists have always been first-responders to imagining emancipatory changes to our societies. In our efforts to tackle the societal problems that challenge us today, it makes sense to reach out to the creative industries, to artists and cultural institutions in Latin America and the Caribbean, to learn about their unique approaches to these problems. They are uniquely capable of inspiring innovative thinking about leading our communities toward greater cooperative social engagement and inclusive economic and cultural growth now and in the years ahead.
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