How can art and creativity inform and respond to some of the world’s most complex issues?
That's the question addressed by a film screening and discussion tomorrow on CU campus:
The Burning Ice film screening and Creative Climates discussion will invite both community members and Communikey Festival goers to explore the important relationships between culture, creativity, and complex environmental issues. Join us April 14th to learn what some of the world’s most cutting edge artists and some of our very own local Boulder artists and climate scientists have to say about how the arts and sciences can unite to combat climate change and unleash creative problem solving for a sustainable future.
More information about the film and event here.
When: April 14, Film at 1 pm, discussion at 2:45 pm.
Where: CU ATLAS Blackbox Theatre.
Contact: Sarah Dawn Haynes
Additional information: http://ecenter.colorado.edu
You can see all the CU Environmental Center's upcoming events on their calendar page. They have a plethora of events, and are hosting CU's Carbon Cleanse this week. Next week: Public lecture by Winona LaDuke on indigenous practices for environmental justice.