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The SAG-AFTRA Foundation
September 2017

The SAG-AFTRA Foundation provides vital assistance and educational programming to the professionals of SAG-AFTRA while serving the public at large through its signature children’s literacy programs.

At its core, the job of an actor is to reflect humanity. Or, as Natalie Portman succinctly put it, “An actor’s job is empathy.”

The SAG-AFTRA Foundation is producing a panel discussion to explore the role of empathy in art and, specifically, how it can be utilized by the actor as a tool to shape character and embody the experiences of others.
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Hot Box: Smokin’ Ideas, Scoopin’ the Dish
THE BOX LA | July 22, 23, 29, 2017

Hot Box: Smokin’ Ideas, Scoopin’ the Dish is a multi-weekend event meant to inspire and evoke care for ourselves and our culture. Featuring Gina Lamb, Dorit Cypis, Barbara T. Smith, and Corazon del Sol.
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Children + Families Affected by US Immigration Law Enforcement
CHILDREN’S INSTITUTE LOS ANGELES | July 14, 2017

An action oriented dialogue about how children and families are affected by American Immigration law enforcement.
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Archaeology of Conflict: Meet the Resistance
July 22, 2017

A workshop offered by Dorit Cypis for people working with people.
Saturday July 22, 10AM – 4PM.

Chronic conflict can shift sustainably when the systemic roots are unearthed. Archaeology of Conflict: Meet the Resistance digs deep to question, critique, and engage conflicted relations between and within people, between and within social systems. As an artist, educator, mediator and social activator I offer an integration of aesthetic, perceptual, communication and participatory skills to reveal roots of psychosocial impasse in order to foster generative change personally and socially. I invite you to join me.
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Dorit Cypis | Interviews from Yale University Radio WYBCX
MUSEUM OF NON VISIBLE ART | June 30, 2017

Interview with Dorit Cypis by Brainard Carey for Yale University Radio WYBCX.
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Focus Group
CHARLIE JAMES GALLERY | May 20 – July 8, 2017

Charlie James Gallery is pleased to present Focus Group, a group exhibition curated by Michael Shaw, with works by Dorit Cypis, Sandra de la Loza, Kate Hoffman, Amitis Motevalli, Scott Short, Suzanne Wright, and Samira Yamin.
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The Space of Conflict: Aesthetic Lessons for Mediators, 2016

Published in Handbook in Mediation, editor Alexia Georgakopoulos, Routledge Press, 2017


The Space of Conflict: Aesthetic Lessons for Mediators frames lessons on recognizing the knots of chronic conflict through considering the spatial nuances of human identity and social relations. As an artist and mediator I use the double lens of aesthetics and mediation to explore identity as psychic spaces within bodies and politicized spaces surrounding bodies that mirror, inform and extend each other. If we miss this reflexive relationship between internal and external spaces, we miss a large part of the story of human identity differences and what fuels conflict between and within people. My artist practice has always explored identity and social relations through aesthetic genres of performance, photography and social sculpture. I became a mediator to extend out from the...

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The Mediation Handbook: Research, theory, and practice

The Handbook of Mediation gathers leading experts across fields related to peace, justice, human rights, and conflict resolution to explore ways that mediation can be applied to a range of spectrums, including new age settings, relationships, organizations, institutions, communities, environmental conflicts, and intercultural and international conflicts. The text is informed by cogent theory, state-of-the-art research, and best practices to provide the reader with a well-rounded understanding of mediation practice in contemporary times.


Featuring Dorit Cypis' Publication The Space of Conflict: Aesthetic Lessons for Mediators

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The Intersection of Immigration Law and Community Dialogue: Where Information Meets Community Conversation
MEDIATORS BEYOND BORDERS LOS ANGELES | April 15, 2017

In our current national climate of rapidly changing immigration laws we face historic issues relating to temporary, permanent and refugee migration to the U.S. We will provide information and tools to understand varying perspectives on these difficult issues.
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You may add or subtract from the work:
On the work of Christopher D’Arcangelo and Michael Asher

SCHINDLER HOUSE | March 23, 2017

With documents of works by Michael Asher and Christopher D’Arcangelo (including six films by Dean Inkster and Sébastien Pluot with Stephen Antonakos, Benjamin H. D. Buchloh, Daniel Buren, Ben Kinmont, Naomi Spector, and Lawrence Weiner), and works by Dorit Cypis, Ben Kinmont, Silvia Kolbowski, Emilie Parendeau.
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FAR 40 Year Anniversary: A FAR Bazaar
CERRITOS COLLEGE ART COLLECTIVE | January 28-29, 2017

Dorit Cypis became Director of FAR in 1979 as the 3 founders left, and with Christina Ritchie rewrote the by-laws to state that all workers of FAR become members of the Board of Directors and that FAR would be turned over to a new Board group every 3 years. This initiated FAR's governance structure that has lasted 40 years.
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Undefeated: Difference, Bias, and Dialogue
THE MAIN MUSEUM | December 10, 2016

We are waking up post-election, some scared, some angry, some moved towards change. For this program, Dorit Cypis will guide participants through activities to help us confront discord together. We are undefeated if we are willing to move beyond fixed positions, explore skills to deeply recognize our differences, assess our bias, ask questions of one another and dialogue towards embodied change.
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S/Election
LOS ANGELES MUNICIPAL GALLERY | Oct 20, 2016 – Jan 8, 2017

S/Election addresses issues around citizenship that have been increasingly prominent leading up to the 45th presidential election.
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Artist Faculty and Students Lead a Discussion on Race
LOS ANGELES MUNICIPAL GALLERY | June 2016

A group of college faculty, whose work appeared in SKIN at the LA Municipal Art Gallery (LAMAG) in Barnsdall Park, recently took part in Un-Panel 2: Race Talks. Organized and facilitated by Fine Arts faculty Dorit Cypis and Holly Tempo, the event also included April Bey, Christopher Christion, Camella DaEun Kim, Nery Gabriel Lemus and Daniel Rothman.
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“Tools of Engaging Conflict” Workshop with Dorit Cypis
TRANSART INSTITUTE | June 2016

Many artists today are working in collaborative and partnership situations. Often this engagement brings up difficult cultural and personal differences amongst the parties. Differences that are not understood can become an impasse to working together and result is conflict. How we communicate can have a tremendous impact on relations across conflicting differences. There is nothing wrong with difference, nor with conflict, in fact we need challenges to go beyond what we already know in order to develop creative options. Conflict is human, so is difference. What we often lack are models of how to engage with conflict in generative rather than adversarial ways
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NEYC Hygiene Packs for Homeless People
June 2016

Grace, a core youth of NE Youth Council was voted in as new member of Cypress Park Neighborhood Council. NEYC are local youth bridging community and police by modeling generative social relations through street events - currently distributing Personal Hygiene packs to home-less folks in their neighborhoods. I've been working on developing this program past 2 years.
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Whose Bare Life (braille), 2015

Series of 18 prints, each unique
Photographs with visual braille in Silkscreen.
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Kulture Klub Collaborative – Recording Studio
April 2016

Kulture Klub Collaborative is an independent nonprofit arts organization that brings together artists and youth experiencing homelessness at YouthLink in the Youth Opportunity Center, a crisis drop-in center located in downtown Minneapolis.
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Collaborative Strategic Planning
February 8, 2016

I was at a seminar in Minneapolis 2 weeks ago on Collaborative Strategic Planning.
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Dispute Resolution Techniques for People in Arts & Entertainment
CALIFORNIA LAWYERS FOR THE ARTS | August 10, 2015

Cypis will discuss how the nature of conflict is affected by relationships - who we are to ourselves and who we are to others and how identity beliefs form bias.
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The Future of Policing, August 2015 – August 2016

Days of Dialogue is a nonpartisan organization whose mission is to be a catalyst in the community problem solving process by creating dialogue on sensitive social issues among diverse community groups.
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Drawings | Fridges
GREENE EXHIBITIONS | July 13 – July 25, 2015

Group exhibition at Greene Exhibitions, Los Angeles
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Who Did It (alert), 2013 – 2015

Who Did It (alert) makes simple words complex to read. The 5 prints mimic the 5 colours of Homeland Security Advisory System instituted in the USA in 2002.
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Correspondence
February 22, 2015

Readings by Morani Kornberg-Weiss and Meital Yaniv. Followed by a discussion lead by Dorit Cypis.
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News to Be Read (National Geographic), 2013

PROJECT
News to Be Read, 2013

Photograph of a monthly journal, Braille edition - one of a series of eight.
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Performing Empathy: What the Arts Can Offer Conflict Resolution, 2014

Empathy, Art and Mediation

Differences between people can be incomprehensible, fueling mistrust that can deter us from engagement. Recognizing and negotiating personal and cultural differences is dependent on developing empathy for oneself and between people. Empathy is more than feeling for another; empathy requires us to reach deep within ourselves and recognize our own inner responses so we can then better recognize another person’s response.
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Creative Tools for Conflict Engagement
February 14, 2015

Conflict is human, so is moving past conflict. Conflict that is between people is also within people. To engage with conflict towards transformation and generative relations we must engage with both the internal and external circumstances of conflict.
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The Sighted, 2013

Archival pigment prints on Hahnemuhle rag paper.
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Diversity Inside/Out: The Role of Anxiety in Mediation
November 26, 2014

This is an interactive presentation that recognizes the important role that anxiety and identity play in challenging mediators to “mediate courageously”.
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Can i be dropped from history?, 2013

Video: 30 sec (loop), iPad, aluminum frame, 12” x 18” blackboard.
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History Lesson (an arrangement), 2011

In Tribute to Tadeusz Kantor

Tadeusz, I am so happy to be in relations with you once again. It has been quite some time since we last met, Los Angeles, the summer of 1984 I believe. The Olympic Games, against the LA backdrop pretense of urban harmony, had inhaled the city. Downtown, hundred of homeless people were given one-way bus tickets to Arizona, “cleansing” the streets of a hyper visuality of basic human life needs.
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Understanding Conflict Through Art
November 11, 2014

Cypis is one of three recipients of the SPArt (Social Practice Art) grant. SPArt is a Los Angeles-based initiative that funds artistic projects.
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… a prelude to The Life of Life, 2012

The Life of Life is a performative work including “sleight of hand” tricks that continue the artist’s aesthetic exploration of the uncanny nature of history.
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Los Angeles: A Zone Beyond Time, 2010

Relocating to Southern California in 1975 was an adjustment to Pacific Standard Time and to the persistence of shifting sands. That’s the year I landed in Los Angeles, specifically at the California Institute for the Arts (CalArts), after a half-year residency in New York’s Soho, across the street from the art bookstore Jaap Reitman, and five years studying in Halifax, Nova Scotia.
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Days of Dialogue: Police Community Relations in the Aftermath of Michael Brown and Ezell Ford
October 30, November 1 & 5, 2014

On October 30, 2014, 160 people from South LA came together for Days of Dialogue to talk together of their grief and frustration in the wake of recent police killings in their local neighborhoods and nationally.
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ALL MY FLOWERS (2010), 2011

Yearlong event - flowers held in this vase from January 1 – December 31, 2010
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Foreign Exchanges: You who look may not see, 2008

“May I help you?” “No thank you. Just looking”.

To look is to scan, taking in selectively without commitment, to consume, gliding over endless surfaces, to shop, desiring, inhaling without exhaling, to project without reflection. To see, is an intimate act, recognizing that the one outside of oneself is different and at the same time very like oneself. To witness this simultaneous sameness and difference of “you” requires a commitment from me of extra-ordinary proportions.
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The Crisis This Time, Conversations on Israel/Palestine
LEVANTINE CULTURAL CENTER | August 2014

Dorit Cypis is collaborating with the Levantine Cultural Center to provide dialogue facilitators and organize evening dialogues with participating audiences.
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Plis (the similar between Polish and Palestinian), 2011

Two rubbings of same silver box (from A Symmetry).
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flip, flop, foul and reconciliation: which beautiful game?
EAST OF BORNEO | July 2014

Rook Campbell and Dorit Cypis are colleagues, a professor of sport diplomacy and an artist and mediator. They engage on “Fútbol: The Beautiful Game,” an art exhibition at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art curated by Franklin Sirmans.
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Dorit Cypis appointed 2014 Guggenheim Fellow
JOHN SIMON GUGGENHEIM MEMORIAL FOUNDATION | April 2014

Appointed on the basis of prior achievement and exceptional promise, the successful candidates were chosen from a group of almost 3,000 applicants.
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A SYMMETRY, 2011

A Symmetry is a time line of photographs and text charting seven objects chosen from the artist’s family archive.
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A Brave New World (remix), 2011

Ghostly reflections of Hieronymus Bosch...Dante’s Inferno...Dawn of the Dead... interchangeably drifted through my mind when I first entered the tent city of Occupy Los Angeles, late October, 2011. The terrain of people was bare, raw, gritty, and utterly public. I’m an artist and a mediator. I chose to show up on site frequently over the next month offering engagement and conflict transformation skills to support their capacity to perform expressions of public outcry at our culture’s out of control social inequity. These are my reflections...
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Dorit Cypis Joins AAMS Mediation Panel
March 25, 2014

All mediators on the AAMS Party Select Program have at least five years of experience in arts and entertainment, have attended mediation certification training, meet annual continuing education requirements, and have served as a mediator on at minimum twenty (20) cases.
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The Artist and Her Archive, 2010

The artist spent three-months investigating her archive to discover connective portals of personal and political dimensions. Personal objects took on cultural and political meaning not previously recognized.
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Conflict, Mourning and Aesthetics, 2008

(what happens when history does not pass?)

Conflict, informed by a complexion of personal subjectivities and cultural forces, exists within and between people. Where there is difference there will be conflict and as human difference is inevitable, so is conflict. The question is, what tools are available towards questioning, examination, reformation and transformation?
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SPArt announces 2014 Inaugural grants in Social Practice
February 3, 2014

SPArt, a new Los Angeles-based granting organization, announces its inaugural 2014 grants in Social Practice.
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Inside/Outside/In, 2010

Inside/Outside/In was developed as a performance for Dan Graham the gallery, to engage with the artist Dan Graham's Performer/Audience/Mirror, originally performed in 1975.
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The Spirit of Proximity, 2008

Journal for Art and Protest

What is the lifespan of the spirit of revolution? I always wondered about this question ...even as very young child. I remember my father, a textile engineer, traveling every year to Central America from Israel, and then from Montreal, and returning home, it seemed to me, with stories of either recurring natural disaster or revolution. My juvenile mind couldn’t comprehend, but I did wonder: why another revolution in the same place, when there had been one only a few years before?
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I + We Collective by Robbie Herbst
HUMAN RESOURCES | January 15-25, 2014

I + We is an experimental and participatory (political) movement workshop. Borrowing techniques from dance, social sculpture, and new games, the structured hour and-a-half experience explores collective identity, play, and movement.
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Galileo, 2008

Galileo is an immersive installation of photographs, mirrors, a telescope and chairs.
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DORIT CYPIS & PETER WU
Can i be dropped from history?
Panel Discussion

GREENE EXHIBITIONS | October 26, 2013

What are some considerations on authorship, identity, history, and dialogue when individual artists work in response to one another? Artists Dorit Cypis and Peter Wu will discuss this question moderated by curator and art historian Claire de Dobay Rifelj.
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Stranded Subject (Weekends), 2007

Stranded Subject (weekends), an immersive installation, digitally re-combines newspaper images to create new narratives from those that are delivered to us daily.
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Between the Conceptual and the Vibrational, 2003

Dorit Cypis speaking with Simone Forti

Simone Forti today, is the same woman I met many years ago, and so much more. Her work in dance, from the 1950's to today, 2004, spans the aesthetic movements of expressionism and minimalism and has branched much further into a mature hybrid of both, embracing a deep humanism of extraordinary focus to the details of life and death, which surrounds us daily.
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Can i be dropped from history?
October 2013

DAAP has invited me to offer a public lecture about my artwork and a pedagogical workshop that facilitates discussion of museum studies and contemporary art practice, questioning institutional and cultural constructions of knowledge, meaning, and value.
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Artistic Sensibility in Conflict Resolution
July 24, 2013

Artistic Sensibility in Conflict Resolution July 24, 2013 by Dorit Empathy is more than feeling for another; empathy allows us to listen for the emotional cause of a conflict. Arts have the inherent ability to short-cut cognitive and affective blocks and ignite empathy.
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Sightlines, 2006

Sightlines, is an immersive environment where the viewer becomes partner to cross-historical and cross-cultural variables.
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Folding Time Rhymes
GREENE EXHIBITIONS | July 20 – August 24, 2013

Group Exhibition at Greene Exhibitions, Los Angeles
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Enact – Art in the Mind
May 6, 2013

In 1970, 65 artists participated in a project called Art in the Mind, curated by Athena Tacha and published at Oberlin College. An early document of conceptual gestures, the catalog was the exhibition.
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Shifter – What We Can Knot
THE POP-HOP | May 23, 2013

SHIFTER is thrilled to invite you to a book launch, with a series of short presentations celebrating the launch of our twentieth issue titled What We Can Knot.
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Kulture Klub at the Capitol
April 4, 2013

Decisive Moment: An Exploration of Portraiture – Work on view was created collaboratively with artists from Kulture Klub Collaborative and local artist Adriana Rimpel.
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Liberty (leading the people), 2003

Liberty (leading the people) is a reflection on Eugene Delacroix's romantic/classical painting Liberty Leading the People, 1830. Cypis employs photography, video, performance, and sculpture to create an immersive space of experience and discovery, psychological, physical and political.
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L.A. WOMAN the Documentary
February 23, 2013

A multimedia/documentary project profiling pioneering, emerging, innovative and otherwise compelling Los Angeles-based female artists, philosophers and social entrepreneurs. In their own worlds and contexts.
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Kulture Klub Collaborative – Give & Take
January 28, 2013

I am very proud to introduce you to the latest project by Kulture Klub Collaboration, a public program I founded in 1992.
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Framing Memories I Never Had, 1998

Framing Memories I Never Had is a perpetual projection machine projecting images of 7’ x 5’ against the wall it faces.
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Temple University – Public Engagement Lab
January 24, 2013

Public Engagement Lab draws on tools Foreign Exchanges has developed for college-age students and educators to build their skills of sustainability, including self-awareness, accountability, responsibility, communication, time management, inter personal skills, empathy and group cohesion.
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Emerging Focus Expo
January 19-21, 2013

Dorit Cypis participates as a distinguished reviewer for the Emerging Focus Portfolio Reviews in conjunction with photo l.a. 2013. Candidates are: emerging and professional contemporary artists using photography.
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The Visceral Viewer and the Court, 2000 – 2002

The Visceral Viewer and the Court was developed as college curriculum bridging aesthetics and social practice. Partnerships were developed between college/university art departments and California Superior Courthouses.
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Principals of Engagement
November 27, 2012

Leadership, Trust, Transparency, Active Listening, Reflection, Empathy, Reciprocity.
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A toolbox for more than just getting along…
November 27, 2012

When HOW WE CAN supports YES WE CAN change can happen.
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Psycho Portraits, 1993 – 1995

Psycho-Portraits are made from autobiographical and public domain pictures that each subject participant chose from his/her personal collection. The portraits evoke social and psychological layers of identity.
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Association for Conflict Resolution Conference
September 24, 2012

The Occupy movement has developed into a powerful global channel for civic dissent. Activists have embraced Occupy as a means for expressing frustration especially about increasing economic disparity.
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Public Programs Spring/Summer 2012
August 2012

Bridges to Unity and Re-Conciliation & Mediators Beyond Borders International
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Kulture Klub Collaborative, 1992 – present

Artist Dorit Cypis created Kulture Klub Collaborative in 1992 within Project OffStreets, a drop-in center providing crisis intervention services for homeless youth in Minneapolis.
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Friends Western School
August 19, 2012

I offered several conflict coaching sessions for the president of the Board of Directors and a five-hour facilitation session for fifty parent members of the K-6 school cooperative, including the parent member Board of Directors.
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Trainings Spring/Summer 2012
August 19, 2012

Trainings at Otis College of Art and Design, Valley Alternative Magnet School, Art Union, and International Association of Business Communications, San Diego.
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Living Buildings Act, 1979

Living Buildings Act, was presented at the Federal Building, 11000 Wilshire Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA.
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Recent Successful Mediations
August 16, 2012

Recent Successful Mediations at the Department of Graphic Sciences and Didier Hess.
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Kamikaze Exhibits: Thirty-One Exhibits
PØST | July 1 – June 31, 2012

...a prelude to The Life of Life by Dorit Cypis, with magician Blake Applegate.
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Foundation for Art Resources, FAR, 1977 – present

Foundation for Art Resources was founded by the innovative gallerists Morgan Thomas, Connie Lewallen, and Claire Copley, for the production and presentation of contemporary art projects outside of the gallery structure.
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The Very Eye of Night
JANCAR GALLERY | June 30 – July 28, 2012

Maya Deren’s historic film, The Very Eye of Night, is memorable for its experimental qualities, the mysteriousness of "diving into the abyss", the performative aspects of the dancers. Deren was a trailblazer incorporating many art genres and turning formal and narrative structures inside out and upside down. We chose these artists based upon their practice as it relates to this film.
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Identity and Institutionalization: Dorit Cypis on Minneapolis in the ’80s
THE WALKER ART CENTER | June 31, 2012

Politicized by the AIDS epidemic, the censorship of Robert Mapplethorpe’s photography, and issues surrounding identity, the body, and sexuality, Dorit Cypis created multimedia works at the intersection of performance, photography, and social sculpture.
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Artist, Woman, Human: Feminism in Practice
MOCA | February 25, 2012

We will discuss conflicts between dogma and practice, defining “practice” as artistic, activist or even religious, with a focus on feminist histories.
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