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Slought encourages dialogue and relationships through social and cultural programs.
We foster intercultural exchange, research, and advocacy around the world.
Our website functions as an active resource for producing and sharing knowledge.
Featured Projects

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Begins Mar 22, 2016
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Begins Oct 23, 2015
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Current Events

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In Philadelphia
Apr 29, 2016

A conceptual performance about experiential thresholds and the guarding of another's land area

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In the World
Apr 08, 2016

Bard College joins Slought and the John Cage Trust in reviving John Cage's "How To Get Started" (1989) for the first time in Annandale-on-Hudson

Values
Apr 20, 2016

A series of photographs of ruins, landscapes, and portraits of Arab-Israelis and Palestinians who were either displaced by the 1948 War or forced into refugee camps

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In the Cloud
Apr 01, 2016

An online project about "elite workers" and the importance of transcending the self in corporate culture

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Current Projects

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Current Initiatives

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Advocacy Blog

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In Philadelphia
Dec 11, 2015

A collaborative proposal that responds to and critiques the epidemic of youth violence and fatality in Philadelphia.

In the World
Nov 18, 2015

A conversation with artist Tanja Ostojić about the physical, emotional, and intellectual consequences of migration and displacement.

In the Cloud
Aug 08, 2015

Alanna Rebbeck reflects on the invisibility of "slow violence" and how cultural institutions can visualize a new aesthetic of resistance.