To mark COP 26, WCPUN and Streaming Museum are pleased to present works of art that address sustainability challenges and climate change in their many dimensions and expressions. From photography, video and sound art documenting previously inaccessible changes of nature, to visionary architecture and infrastructure solutions, these works both underscore both today’s reality and shed light on possible scenarios for the future. See Instagram @wcpun; streamingmuseum.org; and CENTERPOINT NOW “Are we there yet”? WCPUN © 2020.
FINTECH.TV‘s #TheIMPACT, features a conversation between Vincent Molinari, Digital Assets Board Member at Center for Capital Markets Competitiveness at U.S. Chamber of Commerce, and Shamina de Gonzaga, WCPUN Executive Director and Editor in Chief at Centerpoint Now to discuss Key social issues; Implementation of the UN’s values and objectives; ESG Investing
and more. Watch the video here.
08 March, 2021 – On the occasion of International Women’s Day, WCPUN is pleased to be invited to share thoughts on Women and Leadership by the Global Leaders Group. “In addition to achieving “gender parity” in high-level positions, it’s essential that women’s work in all areas of society be respected, protected and adequately remunerated.” Read complete post here.
Click on the image above to open. New issue of WCPUN publication, CENTERPOINT NOW, “Are we there yet?” marking the 75th anniversary of the UN, now available in hard copy, limited edition, and online. Editor-in-Chief, Shamina de Gonzaga.
November, 2020: A fundraising platform and cultural call-to-action to support a global COVID-19 response through the arts, organized by The Future is Unwritten in collaboration with Christie’s, the World Health Organization, WHO Foundation and UN75. The initiative aims to increase awareness around a global path to recovery and raise critical funds to support communities most vulnerable and with the weakest health systems to act effectively in response to the pandemic.
25 June, 2020 – Virtual discussion, hosted by UN75, organized by The Future is Unwritten, bringing together cultural leaders working with First Nation communities in the United States and Canada. The discussion explores native models and values as vital drivers for the implementation of the UN Sustainable Development Goals, featuring panelists: Joseph Kunkel (Northern Cheyenne Nation), Director, Sustainable Native Communities Design Lab; Nathalie Bondil, Director General and Chief Curator at Montreal Museum of Fine Arts; Aaron Leggett (Dena’ina Athabascan), Curator of Alaskan History & Culture at Anchorage Museum and President/First Chief of Native Village Eklutna; Larissa FastHorse (Sicangu Lakota), Writer, Playwright, Director, Choreographer, and the Recipient of the PEN/USA Literary Award for Drama. Moderator: Shamina de Gonzaga, Executive Director, WCPUN / Editor-in-Chief, CENTERPOINT NOW. Tune in at: Indigenous Voices / Listening for Tomorrow
17 June, 2020 – Medicine Men / The Art of Health in partnership with the World Health Organization brings together physician artists and curators to explore the healing power of art as a driver for improved health, education and social justice at this critical time. It is the third in a series of UN75 Dialogues by The Future is Unwritten, a New York-based initiative by CULTURUNNERS and WCPUN, produced in partnership with UN75 to engage the arts and culture sector in United Nations global policy discussions and implementation efforts. Live Stream 10:00 am EST