This Arts + Environmental Sustainability Forum will focus on the intersection of science, creativity, and community action to foster awareness and engagement to combat climate change. We will explore how arts can spark vital conversations and bring communities together. How arts can tackle issues of environmental justice. How arts can change narratives and reimagine new futures. How arts can partner with business and civic leaders to achieve shared goals. How arts can stimulate real action.
—Patrick Chandler, PhD, Art and science partnership researcher and educator
—Chelsea Hackett, PhD, Executive Director, SPEAK and Education Director, Side by Side
—Marda Kirn, Executive Director, EcoArts Connections
—Ian Roche, West Slope Field Manager & COBA Program Lead, Conservation Colorado
—Regan Rosburg, Associate Professor, Rocky Mountain College of Art + Design
Panel Moderator: Sam Brasch, Climate / Environment Reporter, Colorado Public Radio
5:00 pm Networking Reception, bar, and food open, art galleries open
5:45 pm Opening Remarks
6:00 pm Panel Discussion, Q&A, Case Studies
7:00 pm Closing Remarks
7:15 pm Networking continues, desserts, art galleries, and gardens open
8:00 pm Conclusion
In addition to engaging speakers and dialogue, the Forum will include a networking reception with beer, wine, kombucha and delicious food. Guests will also be invited to explore the art galleries in the new Freyer – Newman Center at the Denver Botanic Gardens. On exhibit will be Ursula von Rydingsvard: The Contour of Feeling.
This event is part of CBCA’s ongoing Arts + Industry Forum Series. A second Forum on Arts + Environmental Sustainability will be hosted on October 13 in Basalt at TACAW, the first net-zero performing arts facility in the country.
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