Steve Lambert

wrote a book!!!

The Art of Activism – Pre-order the Book

Could this really be 12 years in the making? Stephen Duncombe and I started research for this book back in 2009 or so. That research became the beginnings of the Center for Artistic Activism. Now we’re finally wrapping it up. It will be published by O/R Books later this summer and you can pre-order a copy now for 15% off.

All true art is a form of activism, and the best, most enduring activism rises to the level of art. Here’s a thrilling invitation and actionable playbook for anyone willing to retrieve their autonomy, open minds, and fight the power.

—Douglas Rushkoff, author of Team Human and Media Virus

From O/R Books

Here, in dazzling red and black words and pictures, is an all-purpose guide that shows how to bring about effective social change by combining the emotional power of the arts with the strategic planning of activism. Join the co-founders of the Center for Artistic Activism as they draw lessons from pop culture and mainstream marketing, delve into explorative teachings on ethics and evaluation, and set out the promises and pitfalls of the creative process and utopian thinking.

The Art of Activism brings together the authors’ extensive practical knowledge—gleaned from over a decade’s experience training activists around the world—with theoretical insights from fields as far-ranging as cultural studies and cognitive science.

From the United Farm Workers’ boycott movement in sixties’ California to a canal-side beach in present-day Saint Petersburg, these pages are packed with contemporary and historical case studies that have been shown to work in practice.

In addition, the accompanying workbook contains fifty expertly crafted exercises to help you flex your creative imagination and hone your political tactics, taking you step-by-step toward becoming the most persuasive and impactful artistic activist you can possibly be.

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368 pages • Paperback ISBN 978-1-68219-269-6 • E-book ISBN 978-1-68219-270-2

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