Lincoln Center sees a world in which art is essential: not a sidebar or a frill, but an engine for innovation and progress.
On September 18, 2015, the inaugural Lincoln Center Global Exchange brought together an international group of leaders and change agents to discuss how art and culture can be even more effective in fostering vibrant cities, healthy citizens, and strong communities worldwide. This one-day, invitation-only event gathered influencers from business, government, education, media, science, and the arts for a series of dynamic conversations and live performances intended to spur action and collaboration at a time of profound change.
How does art affect the brain and spark creativity? How can art and artists help us navigate the challenges of brain disorders?
How do we nurture students and citizens through art? How can we tap the underused power of arts learning to address social problems that resist other interventions?
How does art infuse the urban environment with vibrancy, improving quality of life and happiness? How does art facilitate communication and collaboration in a globalized world?
The Tent at Damrosch Park
10 Lincoln Center Plaza
New York, NY 10023
Alice Tully Hall
1941 Broadway at 65th Street
New York, NY 10023
The Lincoln Center Global Exchange offers exciting news and feature opportunities for media leading up to, during, and following the event. If you wish to learn more about the Global Exchange, please contact Adam Pockriss at Rubenstein Communications, email@example.com or 212.843.8286.
American Academy of Arts & Sciences, The Atlantic, McKinsey & Company, The Juilliard School, New York City Global Partners, The Rockefeller University, and Rubenstein Communications
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