The International Teaching Artist Collaborative will partner with Lincoln Center Activate for this month’s ITAC Think Tank. On Friday, July 24, at 11:00 a.m. EDT, Lincoln Center will offer a three-hour international gathering for teaching artists and artists who work in community settings to envision next steps and new possibilities for a global community of teaching artistry. Titled “The Visioning Lab: Boundaries and Pathways” (the theme of ITAC5, the International Teaching Artist Conference, which will be launched virtually from Seoul, South Korea, September 14-17, 2020) this LC Activate session will include art-making as an inquiry into the theme of ITAC5. Facilitated by New York-based theater director and choreographer Kevin Carillo, ITAC Managing Director Madeleine McGirk, and Lincoln Center Teaching Artist Belinda Sáenz, the goal is to create a multi-disciplinary, virtual collage that can be shared with our local and global communities. To see more free offerings in Lincoln Center Activate programming, taking place from July 21–24, click here.