Event

Ecocide in a Pandemic

Ecocide in a Pandemic: Laws of Exposure and Encounter in the Anthropocene Tuesday 17th November 2020, 8.30 – 10pm AEDT In this seminar, we will explore the confluence of colonisation and ecocide in the Anthropocene thesis, and the challenge to modernist claims to mastery posed by the...

Free Event: Creating and Curating in a Time of Mass Extinction

Creating and Curating in a Time of Mass Extinction Two Roundtables about Art, Museums and Global Biodiversity Loss Friday 16th October, 2–4pm ; 4.30–6.30pm GMT Register here. What is the role of creativity in a time of ecological catastrophe? How can museum curation critically engage with global biodiversity loss?...

Sustainable Online Workshops

Our artists are hosting another series of workshops this September / October after a sell out July edition! We hope you can join us! We have a range of hours to suit your timezone. www.landartagency.com/workshops Feedback from the previous series: “It was super interesting to get insight into...

EoI: Oratunga Winter School #3

ORATUNGA WINTER SCHOOL #3 Creating Out of Place 19-25 July 2020 Historic Oratunga Sheep Station Adnyamathanha Country Over five days, a team of distinguished scholars and creative practitioners will guide you through the art of creative place-making in storied Country. Practice and reflection on practice will be encouraged through a programme...

NCHU Summer School for the Environmental Humanities in Asia, June 29-July 3, 2020

Call for Applications: Imagining Nature in the Anthropocene 1st NCHU Summer School for the Environmental Humanities in Asia Date: June 29th – July 3rd 2020 Venue: National Chung-Hsing University, Taichung, Taiwan Description Human activities have propelled the Earth into a new geological epoch. This insight is encapsulated in the Anthropocene concept,...

ART FORUM CMAG (Canberra, 28 Nov 2019)

28 NOV 2019 1-2 pm Panel: Art + Emotion = Action Can a deeply emotional experience of art drive a personal response to climate change? Join us as we explore the space between science and art, emotion and action. After immersing yourself in the Hi-Vis Futures exhibition, listen as collaborative...

‘Not OK’ Screening + Q&A (Melbourne, 1 Dec 2019)

Please join the Alfred Deakin Institute for Citizenship and Globalization at Kino Cinema, 45 Collins Street, Melbourne, from 4:30-6pm on Sunday December 1 for a screening of 'Not OK: A little Movie about a Small Glacier at the End of the World', followed by a...