- Title Pages
- 1 Artistic Citizenship
- 2 Art and Citizenship
- 3 New York Reimagined
- 4 Artistry, Ethics, and Citizenship
- 5 Arts Education as/for Artistic Citizenship
- 6 Art as a Bad Public Good
- 7 Movement Potentials and Civic Engagement
- 8 Dance It, Film It, Share It
- 9 Moving Comfortably Between Continuity and Disruption
- 10 Re/imagining Artivism
- 11 Queer and Trans People of Color Community Arts Collective
- 12 Slow FAST Forward
- 13 Tactical Citizenship
- 14 Ghostly Testimonies
- 15 Music, Social Change, and Alternative Forms of Citizenship
- 16 Citizens or Subjects?
- 17 Arts-Based Service Learning with Indigenous Communities
- 18 Alchemies of Sanctioned Value
- 19 The Points Are Not the Point, But Do They Still Matter?
- 20 Poet as Citizen in a Contested Nation
- 21 Songs of Passage and Sacrifice
- 22 Applied Theater and Citizenship in the Puerto Rican Community
- 23 Performing Citizenship
- 24 Valuing Performance
- 25 A New Letter Named Square
- 26 Working All the Time
- 27 Image as Ignorant Schoolmaster
- Author Index
- Subject Index
Slow FAST Forward
Slow FAST Forward
Enacting Digital Art and Civic Opportunities
- (p.233) 12 Slow FAST Forward
- Artistic Citizenship
- Oxford University Press
Globalization and the growth of digital technologies accelerate and expand the reach of artists’ work for public consumption beyond the traditional confines of art museums and galleries. This increasingly means the global public now has access to art that encourages viewer interactivity and participation in new and unprecedented ways. This chapter takes a moment to step back and remember arts research and community participation without the Internet and the World Wide Web. It puts into perspective how artists today have transitioned to digital life, thus diversifying the art world as digital art citizens participating in culture by sharing data and engaging the Internet as a means of publishing arts research directly to the public, for the public.
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