CATR: Re-Imagining the Future

You are invited to Re-Imagining the Future: a teach-in on fostering Environmental Stewardship in Theatre and Performance Education hosted by the CATR Working Group: Environmental Stewardship in Theatre and Performance Education. This online event will take place March 18th at 1pm – 4pm CST. Experts will present on sustainability in post-secondary education and share practical tools rooted in environmental activism to bring back to your theatres and classrooms. We’ll also actively explore how to ecologize your syllabus.

Re-Imagining the Future is a teach-in on fostering environmental stewardship in theatre and performance education, conceived of, and hosted by, the Environmental Stewardship Working Group of the Canadian Association for Theatre Research (CATR).

Our event partners are: the Centre for Sustainable Practice in the Arts (CSPA), the Canadian Green Alliance (CGA), Sectoral Climate Arts Leadership for the Emergency (SCALE), and the Professional Association of Canadian Theatres (PACT).

The first 90 minutes will consist of presentations, followed by break-out rooms that support the integration of ecological principles into existing curriculum.

Please register in advance and identify your syllabus area: design, theatre history, theory/analysis, production, performance/acting, directing, or new play creation.

If you have any questions, please reach out to CATR Environmental Working Group Co-Leaders Hope McIntyre (U Winnipeg) and/or Kimberly Richards (UBC)