28 March 2019 to 31 March 2019
28 March 2019 to 31 March 2019
 

The planet of us

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As performing arts professionals, citizens and human beings, what can we do, in all our different contexts and realities, to be part of and thrive in the natural environment while minimising our impact?

‘Punctuated equilibria’ is an evolutionary theory which proposes that evolutionary shift occurs most rapidly from the periphery. In the context of rapid global warming, environmental degradation and market driven ‘extraction’ mentalities, this session is an exercise in peripheral thinking and listening as a way of galvanising us into generating shift and to understanding practices of adaptation that can lay the groundwork for transformation.

Join us for this open forum to exchange on your respective green practices and debate on what concrete actions IETM, as an organisation and a network, can take to generate potential, possibilities, coherence and strategies to achieve transformation at scale.

Speech to text captioning in English.

Please check the accessibility of the venue here.

Moderators
Royal Hotel - Edwardian Suite
170 Ferensway
HU1 3UF
Hull
United Kingdom
29 March, 2019 - 16:00 to 18:00

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image of Fernando BITTENCOURT HERSAN

If you are looking for some inspiration to get ready for the discussion, check out our Fresh Perspectives issue on arts environment which looks at how contemporary arts tackle environmental issues in terms of artistic contents, managerial practices and venues management. It's available for download free of charge: https://www.ietm.org/en/publications/fresh-perspectives-4-art-for-the-pl...

Posted 7 months 1 week ago
image of Jude ANDERSON

Thanks for posting this Fernando. Fresh Perspectives is a great resource brimming with information and well worth a read ahead of this session.

Posted 7 months 1 week ago
image of Judith KNIGHT

Hi all

I'm coming to this session and it woudl be great if there's a moment to announce the new "Culture Declares ..a climate emergency"  which is launching on 3rd April ...

and also mention Season for Change which - funding permitting - will be happening in 2020.

Would that be okay?
All best to you all

Judith (Artsadmin)

Posted 7 months 1 week ago
image of Jon SPOONER

YES, Judith!

Posted 6 months 4 weeks ago