CODAhorizons is a series of virtual events that bring together creative professionals to discuss how we impact needed and necessary change in the world. Topics feature leading international artists and their collaborators who are tackling difficult issues of a social, political, or environmental nature – as well as pioneers who are leading the way in using new technological tools and materials that allow for the creation of artwork that facilitates empathy and engagement.
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CODAhorizons events are completely free to attend.
Art + Sensory Perception: Sound, Light and Motion
Four creative thought leaders help us explore how artworks engage with our perceptions, going beyond simply the visual, through the incorporation of sound, light, and motion.
Originally aired December 14th, 2021
Art + Active Public Engagement
Art that impacts its viewers changes the participants as well as the world. Here we celebrate artwork that shapes its impression through direct participation, creating unique, playful, and personal experiences that are both ephemeral and timeless.
Originally aired August 10th, 2021
Art + Sustainability
CODAworx brings together four creative thought-leaders to greet us at the intersection of art + sustainability. They help us explore how artists and their artwork can help raise awareness about this critical and urgent issue. Through the use of recycled or repurposed materials, and the use of environmentally sound production processes, artists and their collaborators lead the way in the creation of a responsible and joyful future for the planet.
Originally aired June 15th, 2021
Art + Emotion: Wonder, Joy, and Inspiration
CODAworx brings together four creative thought-leaders to greet us at the intersection of art + emotion. They help us explore emotion as the currency of art. How and why does art impact our emotions, and thus help us to connect with one another? Ultimately, can art foster empathy and compassion?
Originally aired April 27th, 2021
Art + the Future of Cities
Four visionary professionals in the commissioned art industry provide different perspectives on the role that artists and other creatives can play in helping us to reimagine our cities and communities. Discussions center around how art can impact our interactions with one another and our physical surroundings in the places where we live and work.
Originally aired Feb 16th, 2021
Welcome to the Creative Revolution!
Early this year, CODAworx named 25 exemplary leaders of positive change in the field of commissioned art - our “Creative Revolutionaries” - to celebrate, to learn from, to set the bar. Heading into 2021, the task of demonstrating what this role signifies is even more essential, as the stakes are higher. It’s what led us to host this dialogue, to flesh out the lens from which we might view the terms of “creative revolution.”
CODAhorizons kicks off its debut event with a focus on Creative Revolutionaries. Four panelists, representing some of the most fiercely visionary cultural creatives in the commissioned art industry, discuss what it means to be a creative revolutionary during this time when the world is in such great distress.
Carolina Aragon - Assistant Professor, University of Massachusetts Amherst
Zolty - Co-Founder and Co-Director, BREAKFAST
Gill Gatfield - Studio Founder, Gatfield Studios
Jamie Perrow - Senior Principal Art and Design, UAP
Originally aired Dec 8th, 2020
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