Art exhibition and various events at Columbia College Chicago – March 14–April 23, 2011 Museum of Contemporary Photography (600 South Michigan Avenue) – Glass Curtain Gallery (1104 South Wabash Avenue), Chicago, IL (USA) U-n-f-o-l-d. A Cultural Response to Climate Change presents the work of twenty-five artists who participated in Cape Farewell expeditions to the Andes… Continue reading U-n-f-o-l-d. A Cultural Response to Climate Change
The 10th Annual Nature Ecology Society Colloquium Click here for the programme schedule Visit the event organizers website at http://opencuny.org/nature/
Margaret Mc Laughlin, fine artist, has attended and written about an innovative sound work that was performed in Mooney’s boatyard, Killybegs, Co. Donegal, Ireland, on the 16th of October 2010. The work was part of the Donegal County Council’s Lovely Weather Art and Climate Change Public Art Programme (2009-10) . The project was co-curated by… Continue reading ‘Marbh Chrios – DeadZones’: Softday’s Lovely Weather climate art project in Ireland
Julie’s Bicycle (UK) regularly releases online publications, including a recent one developed with the Mayor of London and Frieze Art Fair, on the visual arts. This is one of a series of ‘how to’ guides across artforms. Starting with work in 2007 that looked at the Greenhouse Gas emissions of the UK Music Industry, Julie’s… Continue reading How-to guides for arts organizations to reduce carbon footprint
Chrysalis Arts in collaboration with MIRIAD at Manchester Metropolitan University (MMU) present a seminar about how artists and commissioners can begin to address the ecological and sustainability issues associated with climate change through their professional practice. With: Inspirational speakers – PASA case studies – Group discussions Seminar – April 15th 2011 – 10am to 4.30pm… Continue reading Sustainable Practice in Public Art
Bunker, Ljubljana (Slovenia) Bunker forms part of the network entitled Imagine 2020 – Arts and Climate Change, which tackles the issue of environmental challenges through the prism of artistic actions and by means of certain other instruments of production.
Remember the discussions as to what happened in Copenhagen, and this in anticipation of Cancun we posed ourselves the question what can be done to learn from recent experiences. This 25 page article is well written and formulated in such a way that the reporting is not so much a political positioning but rather a… Continue reading What REALLY happened in Copenhagen?
December 7-9 2009: Culture|Futures conference in Copenhagen (in parallel to COP15, the UN Climate Summit), co-organized with Cultura21: Click here to visit the website
October 9th-12th 2008: Asia-Europe Dialogue on Arts, Culture and Climate Change in Beijing, by the Asia Europe Foundation (ASEF), organized with the assistance of Cultura21. For more information, see this website