Naomi Natale

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Founder & Director, One Million Bones

Naomi Natale is an installation artist, photographer, and social practice artist. In 2008 Natale completed a large-scale installation/ social practice work titled, The Cradle Project. Over 550 cradles were created and submitted by artists from around the world who were drawn to Natale?s vision. In 2009 Natale founded One Million Bones, a social arts practice whose vision is to collect 1,000,000 handmade bones and display them on the National Mall in DC in 2013. Natale is the recipient of the following awards and speaks internationally on the topic of art and activism as well as her installations and social practice works. 2011 Arts Healing Network Award, 2010 TED Senior Fellowship, 2010 Carl Wilkens Fellowship, 2009 TED Global Fellowship, 2009 Professional Achievement Award: Richard Stockton College of New Jersey.

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Wednesday, October 10
Talk

Art: How It Moves

How is art used as a medium for good, a method for inspiring change, or a symbol of protest? How can it evoke a strong emotional response in many... read more
Speakers: Naomi Natale, Donna Cox, Petra Bachmaier, Phil Hansen, Maida Swenson-Fortune, Carlos Javier Ortiz, Tricia Van Eck, Carter Cleveland
Edlis Neeson Theater at the Museum of Contemporary Art 220 East Chicago Avenue

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