Art in a Time of Crisis
An open discussion touching upon the power of film, writing, and the arts as a whole during times of war.
Focus will be centered through the lens of Russia's egregious war on Ukraine, the determination of the Ukrainian people and their allies, and the role creativity can play in surviving the conflict, swaying hearts and minds, and documenting history in an age of unprecedented media access.
Michelle Daniel joins Pipeline Senior Executive Matt Misetich in conversation.
The audience will be allowed (and encouraged) to pose questions during the event. While the event is free, all attendees are encouraged to make a donation to major charity organizations supporting the plight of refugees from Ukraine.
The Ukraine Relief Network, a wonderful charity directly helping Ukrainian refugees.
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Michelle Daniel is a professional musician, writer, and podcaster based in Austin, TX. As a pianist and composer, she has performed globally, taught music for over 22 years, and earned two GRAMMY nominations. In 2018, after working as a screenwriter and script doctor for an LA production company, she pursued an MA in Russian Studies to complement her geopolitical writing. After spending a summer in Russia, she completed a non-fiction book on Cold War radio broadcasting, which will be published in 2022. Currently, she works for The University of Texas at Austin where she produces podcasts and other media for an international audience.
Currently a Senior Executive and Partner at Pipeline Media Group, Matthew J. Misetich oversees all divisions, including Script, Book, and Film, as well as the management of Pipeline Artists and the implementation of future Pipeline entities. He began his tenure with Pipeline in 2006, working as a reader until early 2008 when he took over as manager.