From global warming models rendered as haunting musical compositions to augmented reality games designed to confront us with the disparate impacts of climate change for those most vulnerable, art and technology are converging in the face of our escalating climate emergency. Join KQED Live and The New York Times to experience the work of Bay Area creatives deploying technology in response to this crisis and to experience some of the art it is inspiring.
6:00pm - Doors Open & Bar Service
7:00pm - Program
8:30pm - Post-Show Reception, feat. a Trash-Based Art Experience by Danielle Baskin
- Aniya Butler, Youth vs. the Apocalypse
- Ana Teresa Fernandez, Multidisciplinary Artist
- Micha Cardenas, Director of the Critical Realities Studio and Associate Professor at University of California, Santa Cruz
- Whendee Silver, Professor and Chair of the Department of Environmental Science, Policy, and Management at University of California, Berkeley
- Eduardo Del Signore, Musician & Composerm who will perform the premiere of Audyssey, a new work of music and data visualization commissioned by ClimateMusic.
This program is a prelude to an all-day event hosted by The New York Times the following day called "A New Climate: How can technology and art inspire change in a warming world?" Ticket-holders to the next day's event can register for free with a promo code provided by The New York Times, or ticket-buyers to this event at KQED will receive a code for 25% off tickets to the all-day Times event.
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Cost:In Person: $25.
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