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Art and Climate Change engage 21

How have artists, educators, curators, museums and galleries responded to climate change? What forms of art and its mediation are evolving along with our understanding of the crisis? What are the potentials and pitfalls of the art-science collaboration? Perhaps the overarching question is: what exactly do art and art education have to offer? Articles include the work of 'eco-artists', collaborative art projects, creating green exhibitions and the role of education in dealing with climate change.

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engage 21: Art and Climate Change engage 21
March 2008
Published by engage, London
http://www.engage.org/journal.aspx?id=22

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; Art and Climate Change 'Art as a Characteristic and Indicator of Change'
Steinmann, George, artist, lecturer and researcher

Art and Climate Change 'Water, Time and Grace'
Haley, David, ecological artist and Research Fellow in MIRIAD, Manchester Metropolitan University

Art and Climate Change 'Cultural Education for a Changed Planet'
McKenzie, Bridget, director of Flow Associates Consultants

Art and Climate Change 'Treading Lightly'
Crimmin, Michaela, Head of Arts, Royal Society of the Arts

Art and Climate Change 'Instruments and Spaces of Curation'
Triscott, Nicola, Director, The Arts Catalyst

Art and Climate Change 'The Beauty of What We Stand to Lose'
Dr Simon Boxall, David Buckland, Shona Couturier, Dan Harvey, Neil McConnon and Subathra Subramaniam, interviewed by Hannah Bird

Art and Climate Change 'On the Trail of the Lonesome Pine'
Korndorfer, Johanna, Education Projects Co-ordinator, CCANW

Art and Climate Change 'An Itinerant, a Messenger and an Explorer'
Triscott, Nicola, Director, The Arts Catalyst

Art and Climate Change 'Reflecting on Ice Blink'
Le Feuvre, Lisa, Curator and Writer

Art and Climate Change 'Exhibitions Going Green'
Graham, Alice, Exhibition Projects Manager and Sustainable Development Leader, The National Maritime Museum

Art and Climate Change 'Reviews'
Fussner, Hannah, Special Needs educator and freelance writer

 

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