The groundbreaking Future Arts Research @ Arizona State University program hosts leading national and international cultural practitioners conducting action research in collaboration with the university and surrounding communities, focusing on new technologies in the arts, desert aesthetics, and issues of justice and human rights.
At F.A.R. Lynne will have a dialogue with a diverse range of stake-holders to understand how the program can more fully engage Arizona-based cultural workers in its activities.
F.A.R.@ ASU, under founding Director Bruce W. Ferguson, has produced commissions, residencies, symposia and performances by an international group of leading edge artists, critics and scholars including: Anna Deavere Smith, Bernard Khoury, Christine Rebet, Franco Mondini-Ruiz, Subhankar Banerjee, and Elizabeth Streb, among many others.