Rubenis, N and Walch, M and Hogan, J and Juliff, T, UTAS global climate change week program: what's art got to do with climate change?, Art Forum, University of Tasmania, Tasmania, Australia, 19-25 October 2020 (2020) [Report Other]
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To coincide with Global Climate Change Week, the School of Creative Arts and Media at the University of Tasmania invites you to a discussion and reconciling of a simple yet complex question: What’s Art got to do with climate change?
The evidence is clear. The world is rapidly changing. The climate is rapidly changing. Urgent action is needed. Collectively we are witnessing devastating fires, drought, loss of biodiversity and damaged ecosystems, rising sea levels and displaced people … The list is long. The issues faced are complex and contested. And no one is immune to this change.
|Item Type:||Report Other|
|Keywords:||climate change, art, design, creativity, creative arts|
|Research Division:||Environmental Sciences|
|Research Group:||Climate change impacts and adaptation|
|Research Field:||Human impacts of climate change and human adaptation|
|Objective Division:||Culture and Society|
|Objective Field:||The creative arts|
|UTAS Author:||Rubenis, N (Dr Niklavs Rubenis)|
|UTAS Author:||Walch, M (Dr Meg Walch)|
|UTAS Author:||Hogan, J (Dr Jan Hogan)|
|UTAS Author:||Juliff, T (Dr Toby Juliff)|
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