Symposium + Film Series September 19–21, 2014, New York A three-day event gathering together artists, scholars and curators examining the mediated and aesthetic dimensions of human-made infrastructures that shape almost every aspect of modern life. Exploring data centers, oil pipelines, securitized border zones, waste treatment plants and more, 12 presentations and 17 films ask the […]
26-27 March, 2015 – Nancy (France) “Rethinking Paths on Creativity and Sustainability” UPDATE: Deadline extended to November 30th 2014! ARTEM Organizational Creativity International Conference seeks to rethink paths on creativity to move organizations towards sustainability. The objective of this international conference is to bring together academics, managers, professionals and doctoral students in areas such as engineering, arts […]
“RACKET! Art in Pursuit of Peace and Quiet” is a forthcoming exhibition and book that explores excessive sound, a rampant form of environmental pollution. Artists are invited to address the symptoms of noise pollution or propose its remediation. Solutions, observations, reflections, defenses, offenses, anti-dotes are welcome.
Megacities in Art and Climate Science Exhibition. Lectures. Symposiums 7 May – 26 July 2014 Opening Hours: Saturdays, 11 am – 5 pm and by appointment Admission free More and more people are moving to cities. Over 50% of the world’s population are city dwellers, with a continuing upward trend. Many cities reach such a […]
Reposted from Creative Carbon Scotland Green Capital is an annual award designed to promote and reward the efforts of cities to improve the environment. In 2015 the Green Capital status has been awarded to Bristol and is being coordinated by Bristol 2015.A Partnership Steering Group has formed which is made up of 16 different thematic […]