Engaged Learning Forum | Performing an Experiment in Civic Hope

Monday, May 3, 2021 - 5:30pm to 7:00pm

Performing an Experiment in Civic Hope: Building Partnerships Across the Sciences and the Arts to Pursue Community Wellbeing

The coronavirus pandemic exploited existing economic and health disparities, lack of trust in institutions, political polarization, and failures in communication and outreach. These problems were not new, merely exacerbated by the pandemic, highlighting the critical need for rebuilding with a more resilient, equitable, and just society. Addressing such complex challenges demand innovation that crosses traditional boundaries, both academic and societal. As we prepare to move forward as a society, what can the Arts and Sciences do together to work towards building better public health and wellbeing in our community? What are the missing links that can be better connected, calculated, or communicated?

Local representatives in the arts, sciences, and community activism have been developing ideas that engage these questions. Join us in performing this experiment in Civic Hope! Be ready to give your feedback, and look out for possible opportunities to partner with some of the more than 15 community experts and organizers who are looking to innovate for the benefit of the Michiana population.

Presenters
Jenna Coalson, Assistant Professor of the Practice, Biological Sciences and Eck Institute for Global Health

Brad Burgess, Artistic Director, The Living Theatre

How to Join

Please register by 4:00 p.m. on May 3, 2021 to receive the Zoom link for this virtual event.

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