FRESH TALK: How can the arts inspire environmental advocacy?

Join us for FRESH TALK on women and the arts as champions for climate justice.

Artists across disciplines and around the globe are creating works in response to climate change and other environmental issues. Join a conversation examining the question: Can the arts communicate data and scientific evidence in ways that inspire advocacy or change attitudes and behaviors? 

Followed by Sunday Supper, table-talk, and communal supper served family style.

ABOUT THE SPEAKERS:

  • Ruth Little, associate director of Cape Farewell
  • Miranda Massie, director of the Climate Museum
  • Jacqui Patterson, director of the Environmental and Climate Justice Program, NAACP
  • Laura Turner Seydel, chairperson of Captain Planet Foundation
  • Moderated by Kari Fulton, award-winning environmental justice advocate and new media journalist 
  • Video welcome by Mary Robinson, former President of Ireland and current President of the Foundation/Chair of the Board of Trustees of the Mary Robinson Foundation for Climate Justice

RESERVATIONS:

Required. $25 general admission; $20 members, seniors, students. Price includes museum admission and Sunday Supper. Exhibition galleries open to attendees before program.

reserve your spot today!


FRESH TALK is presented by the museum’s Women, Arts, and Social Change public program initiative.

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