The Creative Time Summit is a three-day convening for thinkers, dreamers, and doers working at the intersection of art and politics. Launched in New York City in 2009, the Creative Time Summit was the first major international platform for socially engaged art, and has since grown to encompass an expanded field – featuring a range of multidisciplinary practices from music to policy making. To date, the Summit has hosted over 8,000 live attendees and hundreds of luminaries on its stage, including legendary art critic Lucy Lippard, Academy Award winning filmmaker Laura Poitras, MacArthur “Genius” award winning contemporary artist Carrie Mae Weems, #BlackLivesMatter co-founder Alicia Garza, and President of Afghanistan Ashraf Ghani. Just as significantly, the Summit is also a forum for emerging artists and thinkers to debut ideas and projects. On Saturday, November 2, the Summit will offer community driven, hour-long sessions designed to share tools, strategies, and actions with over 1000 international and local attendees. Sessions could take the form of roundtable discussions, workshops, panels, field trips, interactive performances, screenings, or other creative formats and may reflect on the themes of the larger Summit. At the same time, we encourage sessions that engage with the field of socially engaged art more broadly. The sessions can take place in English or Spanish. For more information about the summit, visit: http://creativetime.org/summit/miami-2018/.