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To what degree is society estranged from nature? And, does that have implications for climate? Broto: Art-Climate-Science's newest conference is "Affinity" -- exploring the nature-society partnership. We're examining ways to reframe the Anthropocene to be about...
We've started to integrate art exhibits into our conferences and the Broto: Affinity conference is no different. Symbiosis, curated by Melissa Fleming, seeks to document the main themes of the December 2020 conference. Can we reframe the Anthropocene to be about...
Broto: Art-Climate-Science 2020 is ONLINE and FREE! https://broto-2020-conference.heysummit.com April 20, 2020 (Provincetown, MA): Broto: Art-Climate-Science, Provincetown’s unique and third annual climate change conference, will take place entirely online May 16 and...
Broto: Art, Science & Collaboration’s Vision, Mission and Theory of Change
Thank you to Provincetown Community Television for this 2-minute video on Broto's Year 2 conference May 17-18, 2019: Exploring how art might be a solution for planet-scale climate science....
After a successful launch in 2018, Broto: Art, Science & Collaboration addressing climate change will host its second art-sci conference in Provincetown May 17-18, 2019. Details, panelists and other program highlights are still developing, but we have a central...
The results of our post-conference satisfaction survey are pretty amazing. Thanks.
A draft “for discussion” is posted on our Collaboration Blueprint page.
Broto: Art, Science & Collaboration happens May 4-6 in Provincetown. And, we’re thrilled with our line up of speakers and presenters!
A new survey by Broto: Art, Science & Collaboration suggests that professional artists and scientists see their primary roles in society as distinctly different, but complementary.
Artists and scientists may be mismatched in key assumptions about each other including their focus on process – which may be a clear area to negotiate as they engage in a collaboration partnership, according to new Broto poll.
Mainstream audiences don’t get it – according to professional artists and professional scientists asked to assess the general public’s take on their work: Broto survey.
In Broto’s independent surveys, both professional artists and professional scientists are more concerned with the “scope of work” than any other measure used to describe art-science collaboration.
“Creativity” and “Discovery” are most potent career drivers for both professional artists and scientists to do what they do, according to a new poll by Broto: Art, Science & Collaboration
An overview of Broto’s first conference program May 4-6, 2018 in Provincetown, MA to explore a framework for art-and-science collaborations.
The process of substantive art-and-science collaborations is the benefit that innovates new ideas, questions and path toward outcomes.
In Portuguese – a vivid culture in Provincetown’s near 400 year history – Broto means sprout and captures both our sense of place and potential.
Literary/arts contest, with prize money, envisioning a world that is environmentally and socially sustainable
Broto was honored to participate in a panel discussion at the Nov. 1, 2017 Arts Foundation of Cape Cod event called Creative Exchange. The topic was "Artist as Part of the Team" and, as it turns out, that idea drills into the foundational heart of Broto: That the...