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Getting Paid For It: Innovative Art, Innovative Commerce

BY Dorothy Di Stefano | 21-Jul-2020
Join us for a free, online discussion as Immersive Arts Alliance hosts a panel that spans the globe. Register, and be part of our conversation: Getting Paid For It: Innovative Art, Innovative Commerce.
Getting Paid For It: Innovative Art, Innovative Commerce
In recent years, the emerging domain of Immersive and Experiential art has had an unprecedented impact on commercial event making, while radically expanding what the experience of entering and feeling the work of an artist can mean. With our panel, we'll be looking at the delivery system for Immersive and Experiential art, connecting to the wider art world in unique ways. We ask: what are the opportunities for artists to live and prosper as we move through and emerge into a changed landscape for the arts?

PANEL MEMBERS:

David Bianciardi is founder and principal of AV&C, a New York City-based experience design studio, creating digital landmarks in the physical world. AV&C’s team create responsive and expressive media installations in the built environment that foster relationships between place and audience.

Shaghayegh Cyrous is an Iranian American artist and curator living and working in the Bay Area. She creates poetic multimedia installations focusing on cross-cultural communication and translation strategies. Since 2017, Cyrous has also been production assistant of Jim Campbell for the Day For Night project at Salesforce Tower in San Francisco.

Dorothy Di Stefano is a global thought leader, speaker, creative strategist, founder and director of Molten Immersive Art. Dorothy is the International Partner representing Australia in the Global Startup Leaders Committee of the World Business Angels Investment Forum (WBAF), and was awarded LinkedIn's Top Voice for 2019.

Michael Allen is an award-winning, theatre-making cultural anthropologist, and he is the Concept Designer for Molten Immersive Art.

Vanessa Chang is a lecturer in Visual & Critical Studies at California College of the Arts, a curator with CODAME Art & Tech, and a SOMArts Curatorial Resident 2019-2020. She holds a Ph.D. from Stanford University, and she (also) serves on the board of Immersive Arts Alliance, in the SF Bay Area.