ISSUE Project Room hosts outreach events in a variety of educational contexts, offering classes, workshops, symposia and discussions across disciplines. With programs that traverse the work, methods, histories, trajectories, and processes of experimental performance, outreach events play an essential role in ISSUE’s core mission of stimulating critical artistic dialogue in the broader community.
Working with academia, community organizers, like-minded arts organizations, artists, and members of the local and business community, ISSUE is committed to ongoing efforts in bringing diverse groups into collaborative discourse.
The next initiative takes place on Friday, April 14th, at 1pm. ISSUE and the Integrated Digital Media Department at NYU Tandon School of Engineering host a seminar with international collective Quantum Natives at MAGNET's Lecture Hall (NYU Media and Games Network 2 MetroTech Center 8th Floor Brooklyn, NY 11201). This seminar is presented in conjunction with Quantum Natives: Grace Nexus performance on April 15th at ISSUE's 22 Boerum Theater.
2017 outreach events are made possible by the generous support of NOKIA Bell Labs whose ongoing commitment to fostering innovation in the arts and sciences has distinguished Bell Labs as a leader dedicated to a collaborative spirit of experimentation.
Additional support for ISSUE's outreach activities is provided by the NYU Tandon School of Engineering.