Held on the 13th Oct 2023
at 10am to
, Southern Tasmania
Rori Room, IMAS Salamanca - Institute for Marine and Antarctic Studies (IMAS)Summary:
How can embracing sustainable art & design practices influence future resilience in cultural organisations?
HOW CAN EMBRACING SUSTAINABLE ART AND DESIGN PRACTICES INFLUENCE FUTURE RESILIENCE IN CULTURAL ORGANISATIONS?
This International Day for Disaster Risk Reduction, join us for a forum that considers how sustainability is reshaping art and design practice and what this means for how communities collect and celebrate cultural objects.
Hosted by UTAS Director Curatorial and Cultural Collections, Caine Chennatt, and featuring international guest speakers and panel discussions, we will hear about projects and practical examples that challenge the status quo and inspire new thinking.
The university is a sustainability thought leader and ranked number one in climate action globally by the prestigious Times Higher Education Impact Rankings.
The program includes presentations by Gilbert Guaring (Urban Art Projects UAP), Fiona Hughes (Artist and Trawoolway, Tyereelore Woman), Rohan Nicol (UTAS Creative Arts and Media), with Corey Peterson, Jung Gin O (Jeanie), and Pierre Le Mestreallan (UTAS Sustainability).
Sponsored by Blue Shield Australia