6:00pm – 8:00pm at Brisbane City Hall 50 Park Place, Brisbane, CA 94005 BRISBANE, CALIFORNIA ADOPTS A BILL OF RIGHTS FOR SEEDS AND DEBUTS ART EXHIBIT, THE LAW OF SEEDS, TO COMMEMORATE. Activist artist Beth Grossman is calling attention to the genetically engineered seeds that are having a huge impact on food sources worldwide. Brisbane, California has decided to act locally… Continue reading The Law of Seeds – Art by Beth Grossman
Art and Biodiversity: Sustainable Art?
[Plastik Art & Science] # 4 Ed. Agnès Foiret, online since February 15 2014 : http://art-science.univ-paris1.fr/ The 4th issue of the partly bilingual (French-English) Art & Science Journal [Plastik], published by University Paris I Panthéon-Sorbonne, is out. The five articles available in English are marked in red color below: Table of Contents : – Art, culture et… Continue reading Art and Biodiversity: Sustainable Art?
Brazil: Seminar on Culture and Sustainable Development
Within the framework of the Joint Programme ‘EU-Brazil Sector Dialogues’, the Ministries of Culture and Planning, Budget and Management will hold a seminar on Culture and Sustainable Development, which will take place from 21 to 23 May 2013, in Brasilia, Brazil. The focus will be on links between cultural diversity and environmental sustainability. Read more… Continue reading Brazil: Seminar on Culture and Sustainable Development
Art and biodiversity: sustainable art ?
Plastik, a bi-lingual (French-English) online journal on art & science published at Institut Acte (CNRS and Université Paris 1 Sorbonne), is announcing the following open call for articles for its upcoming 4th issue on “Art and biodiversity: sustainable art?” (deadline: June 15, 2013 – the call is also available in French language here): “Interest in ecology… Continue reading Art and biodiversity: sustainable art ?
Nature’s Toolbox: Biodiversity, Art, and Invention
May 22 – December 02, 2012 The Field Museum, Chicago Harnessing technology and inspired by nature’s amazing design concepts, Nature’s Toolbox features innovative, eye-capturing contemporary art which helps visitors understand and appreciate the life-or-death interdependence between the 10-20 million species on earth – including humans – and the quality of the environment we share. … Continue reading Nature’s Toolbox: Biodiversity, Art, and Invention
Conference: “People and Nature in Mountains”
21st to 23rd September 2011, Trondheim, Norway Abstract submission deadline: 15th June. This conference will address how archaeology and cultural history can be integrated with long-term and contemporary ecology to understand landscape dynamics and underpin sustainable management and conservation of both cultural heritage and biodiversity in mountain environments. For more information visit: www.ntnu.no/vitenskapsmuseet/peopleandnature.
A symposium in Western Australia on Unruly ecologies: Biodiversity and art
SymbioticA. Symposium November 26th to 28th, 2010 A symposium exploring the possibilities and difficulties of the diversity of life through critical investigations in art, ecology and activism. The ecology of biodiversity is based upon an uncertain definition, incomplete statistics and the need to act in a world without balance. While multiple flora and fauna databases… Continue reading A symposium in Western Australia on Unruly ecologies: Biodiversity and art
Restoration of long-distance transhumance
1-8 May 2010 Eastern Bulgaria Although the Transhumance is of high importance for the maintenance of grassland habitats and culture conservation, the annual migration of stock from high pasture to low pasture and back has almost disappeared in Bulgaria. That’s the reason why FWFF-Bulgaria (Fund of the Wild Fauna and Flora) in partnership with RebelFarmer… Continue reading Restoration of long-distance transhumance