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Interrogations of Form: Culture in a Changing America

Event Date: 
19 February 2017
New York, NY

Part of Park Avenue Armory's Conversation Series

Held in the Armory’s historic period rooms, these insightful conversations feature artists, scholars, cultural leaders, and social trailblazers who gather to offer new points of view and unique perspectives on Armory productions, explore a range of themes and relevant topics, and encourage audiences to think beyond conventional interpretations and perspectives of art.

Sunday, February 19 at 1:00pm, 4:00pm, 7:00pm

Artists, thinkers, activists, academics, and community leaders gather to engage in a series of conversations, performances, and exhibitions focused on the role of culture in a changing America. Participants to be announced.

The afternoon culminates in a special edition of the live interview show Person Place Thing, hosted by Randy Cohen, in conversation with the poet Sonia Sanchez, and featuring music by members of the Ebony Hillbillies.

In collaboration with the Aspen Institute Arts Program.

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