Dr Ben Todd, Executive Director at Arcola Theatre, proudly collected The Green Award on behalf of Arcola Energy at the Tenth Growing Business Awards ceremony held on the 27th of November. This new Award is made to a company that has made the most significant and measurable changes to its environmental performance in the past
The Moving Arts, Moving Green mini-expo is Sunday, December 7th at the Ford Amphitheater. The mini-expo has been organized as part of the talk-back series for Moving Arts production of Song of Extinction at [Inside] the Ford.
Inspired by the strong environmental themes within this beautiful new play, Moving
I make plans and construct visually buildings, which protect nature from threats of pollution and what is more important, from actions of man himself.I visualize shelters, massive buildings where big ecosystems could be stored as at present. These massive building protect forests, lakes and rivers from pollution and what is more important from actions
Design without Borders is a non-profit program linking design skills to efforts for development and humanitarian aid.
Design without Borders is founded on the belief that design and designers can make a significant contribution towards a better and more sustainable society. The program aims at utilizing the creative and
Artevist is “the place for activism inspired graphic design, discussion and eco-friendlier T-shirts”.
From their website:
Artevist is for people who love T-shirts: wearing them, designing them, and talking about them. Most importantly, it’s a place for people who believe that T-shirts are a great way to communicate one’s views and in
Human/Nature: Artists Respond to a Changing Planet is organized by the University of California, Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive (BAM/PFA) and the Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego (MCASD), in partnership with the international conservation organization Rare.
This picture is of Xu Bing,
Rome based designer Marco Capellini has become a well-known name in the Latin ecodesign movement.
Creator of the organization Remade, which promotes design with recycled materials in seven countries; and Matrec, an online resource for recycled materials, Capellini was in Buenos Aires for a conference organized by the city’s Metropolitan Design Center.
NEW YORK (AP) — The Great White Way is going green.
Mayor Michael Bloomberg – with the help of green friends like ”Wicked” witch Elphaba — launched the ”Broadway Goes Green” initiative Tuesday that includes plans to use energy-saving bulbs and recycle stage sets.
The aim of
Call for Visual Artist/MacArthur Park
LA Commons, Mama’s Hot Tamales, CARECEN, and the Miguel Contreras Learning Center are collaborating on a unique project to engage an artist/designer to work with a Core Youth Arts Team (15-25 years old) to design an art installation on the West 7th Street in MacArthur Park.
The Role the Lead
From JUDITH EGERTON • JEGERTON@COURIER-JOURNAL.COM
Nervously awaiting the next act in the current economic crisis, arts leaders hope area residents will view the performing arts as a valuable way to escape the stresses of today’s world.
There is concern that the second half of the 2008-09 arts season could spell serious financial trouble for