The Inaugural CLIMARTE Public Forum
Art Climate Ethics:Â What role for the arts?
6.00 – 7.30pm Saturday 15 February, 2014
We are pleased to present Art Climate Ethics:Â What role for the arts?
at Deakin Edge, Federation Square, Melbourne, as part of the Sustainable Living Festival.
Art Climate EthicsÂ will consider the role of the arts in this time of environmental challenge.Â What ethical responsibility does the arts have to engage with these challenging issues? What is the important role the arts can play in understanding and deepening our engagement with the challenge of climate change? Hear what leading thinkers in art, science and philosophy have to say.
Can you help us make this happen?
We know you are passionate about role of the arts in addressing climate change – so we need your help to raise the last $5,000 we need to make CLIMARTE’s first Public Forum an event that can’t be ignored!Â This forum will attract over 500 people and will form a launch pad for CLIMARTE’s ongoing calendar of events.Â Your support,Â at any level, will make a significant contribution and ensure that Art Climate EthicsÂ can have maximum impact:
$25Â will help towards artists’ travel;
$50Â will help towards speakers’ fees;
$250Â will help towards artists’ accommodation;
$1,000Â help us film the forum so we can broadcast it later;
But any amount will be most welcome!
Walkley award winning JournalistÂ Rafael EpsteinÂ will moderate the panel of speakers including PhilosopherÂ Damon YoungÂ from the University of Melbourne, leading Australian Artists,Â Fiona HallÂ AOÂ and Mandy Martin, and ScientistÂ Professor Steven ChownÂ from Monash University.Thanks to the Australia Cultural Fund and Creative Partnership Australia your donation is fully tax deductible and you canÂ make it online right here!
Thank you for your support.
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PO Box 2429 Richmond South
Victoria 3121 AUSTRALIACopyright Â© 2013Â CLIMARTE INC., All rights reserved.
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