In partnership with
Shamina de Gonzaga (Moderator),
Executive Director & Main Representative to the UN, World Council of Peoples for the United Nations (WCPUN)
(Northern Cheyenne Nation) Director, Sustainable Native Communities Design Lab
(Dena'ina Athbascan) Curator of Alaskan History & Culture at Anchorage Museum and President/First Chief of Native Village Eklutna
Director General and Chief Curator at Montreal Museum of Fine Arts
(Sicangu Lakota) Writer, Playwright, Director and Choreographer. Recipient of the PEN/USA Literary Award for Drama
After the US Army Corps of Engineers denied a permit for the Dakota Access pipeline, Saudi Arabian artist Ahmed Mater joins protesters at Standing Rock to celebrate their victory.
Following the postponement of the 17th Venice Architecture Biennale, this discussion brought together voices from the world of art, architecture and advocacy to explore cultural resilience and the need for innovation and imagination in the face of rising sea levels.
This UN75 Moderated Dialogue in partnership with the World Health Organization brought together physician artists and curators to explore the healing power of art as a driver for improved health, education and social justice at this critical time.
Influential art world voices explore the role and value of art when facing systemic-level, global threats like COVID-19. This UN75 dialogue was held on Earth Day to highlight Coronavirus' connection to our ecological emergency.
Coinciding with the reopening of AMO’s seminal exhibition, Countryside, The Future, at the Guggenheim Museum in New York, this UN75 Dialogue addresses urgent environmental, political and socio-economic issues in rural contexts.
On Earth Day 2020, The Future is Unwritten took part in 'Letters to the Earth' by streaming ‘Letters of Love in a Time of Crisis’ for the global community to unite in watching and listening to responses to the global pandemic and a planet in crisis.
The Museum of the United Nations - UN Live, hosts a discussion between pioneering museum leaders from around the world on how the cultural sector can confront the most pressing social and environmental issues facing humanity.
This UN75 Dialogue explores the use of the arts and healing after violent conflict and trauma and focuses on a specific case study relating to the preservation of Yazidi culture following the ISIS genocide in 2014.
The Pilgrimage & The Pandemic brings together voices from the world of Art and Health to discuss this year's Hajj in the context of COVID-19 and the role of creativity in faith and spirituality during times of societal anxiety.