Art in America

Civilization and culture are inexorably linked; the impact of art reaches beyond communicating human experiences and exploring ideas at the core of our society. Its ability to bridge understanding, provide a vision for social change, and drive the economy is too often lost. Join us for a lively discussion about the way to rethink the relevance of film and art in the national dialogue. Compelled by the potential of a new era in arts policy, what role should government play in the arts? And how can art foster permanent change in a disposable culture?

Join Moises Kaufman, Bob Lynch (Americans for the Arts), Anne Radice (Institute of Museum and Library Services) and moderator Rachel Goslins (President’s Committee on the Arts and Humanities).


Moisés Kaufman
Bob Lynch
Anne Radice
As you use our Online Archives, please understand that the information presented from Festivals, Labs, and other activities is taken directly from official publications from each year. While this information is limited and doesn't necessarily represent the full list of participants (e.g. actors and crew), it is the list given to us by the main film/play/project contact at the time, based on the space restrictions of our publications. Each entry in the Online Archives is meant as a historical record of a particular film, play, or project at the time of its involvement with Sundance Institute. For this reason, we can only amend an entry if a name is misspelled, or if the entry does not correctly reflect the original publication. If you have questions or comments, please email [email protected]