Updated: Apr 13, 2021
Co-hosted by PIMA, CASAE and SCUTREA
Climate justice and related struggles: aesthetic, creative and disruptive strategies
There are a range of responses to the enormity of global climate crises.
They range from denial; to the belief that technology is the answer; some feeling ‘green fatigue’; others, particularly youth and young adults, living in a state of ‘climate anxiety’. There is, however, another group of people; a cadre of feminist artists, activists and educators who refuse to accept, to ignore, to remain silent or to disappear into fear.
This webinar focuses on their aesthetic, creative and disruptive strategies.
At a time when the world is beset by a looming climate crisis, these public educational practices offer inspiration as the imagination of the possible.
Host: Shirley Walters, PIMA President
Moderator: Darlene Clover, feminist, scholar-activist,
professor at University of Victoria. Canada
Victoria Foster, United Kingdom
Victoria Foster is involved in social and environmental justice education.
She is based at Edge Hill University, UK. She is particularly interested in arts-based methodologies underpinned by feminist epistemology.
Her book, Collaborative Arts-based Research for Social Justice (2016, Routledge), provides a rationale for employing this approach in community settings.
Hannah Geldeman, Canada
Hannah Gelderman (she/her) is an artist, educator and organizer who
recently completed a Master of Education in Leadership Studies.
Her focus is on the role of participatory visual arts in this era of climate crisis
Njabulo Chipangura, Zimbabwe
Njabulo Chipangura works at the National Museums and Monuments of Zimbabwe
as an archaeologist and is based in Eastern Zimbabwe at Mutare Museum where he has led innovative educational work using an exhibition of diamond mining to create a forum for public dialogue and critical debate.
Date: 30 March 2021
Time: 08:00 PST; 15:00 BST; 17:00 CAT; 20:30 IST
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Along with the ZOOM link, you will be sent a link to short films
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