Art in Revolution: A Discussion on the State of Artistic Freedom

Art in Revolution: A Discussion on the State of Artistic Freedom

Thu · September 6, 2018

Doors: 6:00 pm / Show: 7:00 pm

$10.00 - $15.00

A DISCUSSION ON THE STATE OF ARTISTIC FREEDOM: 7pm

In an era when artists around the world are increasingly censored, persecuted, and restricted from moving freely across borders, this provocative and timely discussion addresses the global state of artistic freedom and the undeniable power of art to shape political and social movements. We’ll hear critical perspectives from at-risk revolutionary musicians Ramy Essam (Egypt) and Mai Khoi (Vietnam), as well as experts in the fields of human rights, academia, and law.


FOLCS INTERNATIONAL SHORT FILM COMPETITION 2018 – 8PM


Join us for a screening of this year’s lineup of finalists and award-winning short films, created by a diverse group of international filmmakers.
Screenings: NAMJOO (United States), Pablo (Belgium), Are You Volleyball?! (Iran), The Butterfly (Canada), Pale Mirrors (Iran), She (United States), The Fabric of America (United States)

Venue Information:
Dupont Underground
1500 19th Street NW
Washington, DC, 20036
http://www.dupontunderground.org/