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What’s Next for Earth + Think Resilience - Livestream

We live in a time of tremendous political, environmental, and economic upheaval. How can artists better understand and examine these interconnected crises, from pandemics and pollution to biodiversity loss and global warming? This conversation between Michele Guieu and Post Carbon Institute senior fellow, Richard Heinberg, will shed light on both the complex crises of our time and the role of the arts in addressing them. Artists Rosalind Lowry and Eileen Wold, will also share their work in response to the What’s Next for Earth exhibitions, organized by Michele Guieu. 

What’s Next for Earth (WNFE) is a participatory art project founded by Michele Guieu that engages artists in deeper exploration of this “human predicament” we find ourselves in. Through bimonthly open art calls and exhibitions that follow the Post Carbon Institute’s online short course, “Think Resilience,” WNFE asks artists to make works that respond to these crises and to envision a resilient future. What’s Next for Earth is supported by Stanford University’s Millennium Alliance for Humanity and the Biosphere (MAHB). More than 120 artists from around the world are participating in the project, and new participants are always welcome!

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Thursday, 05/19/22

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