Artforum is the gold standard for art criticism and a rare legacy magazine thriving in a tumultuous media landscape. It presents critique as an intellectual adventure, a unique form of storytelling all its own. As the institution approaches its seventh decade, how can it use today’s tools to build new traditions? What is its role in creating the next generation of public intellectuals, and what would such a person look like? Join Artforum editor-in-chief David Velasco and frequent contributor Tobi Haslett as they consider the history of advanced criticism and the opportunities and responsibilities facing thinkers today.