Public Symposium (Melbourne): Climate Collaborations: Art, Science and Future Scenarios
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Climate Collaborations: Art, Science and Future Scenarios
A public symposium to be held at the University of Melbourne and Keynote address by special guest Professor Peter Eckersall, City University of New York.
Tuesday 27 September 2022
9:00 – 5:00
Discursive Space (553), Arts West - North Wing (148A)
Climate Collaborations interrogates urgent questions for our time: what causes eco-anxiety and fear? What offers hope and enchantment? And what can art do in a climate emergency? Bringing together artists, activists, scientists, academics and curators, the symposium explores the relations between knowledge, aesthetics and culture in a climate emergency and beyond.
The symposium is sponsored by the Australian Research Council, the School of Culture and Communication at The University of Melbourne, and the Macgeorge Visiting Speaker Award.
Part of the The FUTURE SCENARIOS – PERFORMANCE, CLIMATE, ECOLOGY series at the University of Melbourne
Please note: This is a mask-friendly event. As it is held indoors, the University of Melbourne’s current advice strongly recommends mask use in indoor settings. See the University’s current COVID Safe guidelines here: https://www.unimelb.edu.au/coronavirus