Arts Move Policy

ABOUT ARTS MOVE POLICY (AMP)
AMP focuses on intersections between arts and culture and civic and social issues — how creatives are making a difference across Illinois communities, and how you can get involved. 

The inaugural 2018-2019 AMP year included Arts + Military in collaboration with the National Veterans Art Museum, Arts + Technology featuring the Chicago Center for Arts and Technology, Arts + Immigration at the National Museum of Mexican Art, and Arts + Civic Engagement featuring Chicago VotesState MattersMarj Halperin, and Tom Cross.

2019-2020 AMP SEASON

  • Come To Your Census (Oct. 22) - COME TO YOUR CENSUS brought creatives together for a workshop, panel discussion, and performances to explore the 2020 census, its impact on creatives, and how attendees can get involved to ensure everyone counts in 2020.
  • Does Voting Matter? How the arts promote civic engagement in 2020 (March 3) - In partnership with State Matters and the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago, this conversation explored why voting matters in 2020, how the creative sector intersects with the civic space, and what our responsibility is to the democracy we live in.
The Arts Move Policy Series is generously funded by The Chauncey and Marion D. McCormick Family Foundation.