A conference about “Deep Time” and the intersection of Art-Climate-Science-Time
- Dates: May 16-17, 2020
- Provincetown, MA
- Venue: Provincetown Commons (46 Bradford St, Provincetown, MA 02657)
In a society fixated on near-term outcomes, how do art and science think about time and how is that relevant in the climate crisis?
We’ll speak with our usual mix of brainy experts and attendees and work toward a white paper on art-science-climate-time and its potential for innovation in the climate crisis.
- Panels, Lectures, Social gatherings, Workshops and more.
- Artists, scientists, advocates, sustainability strategies, green tech entrepreneurs and scholars of very long term time horizons
Questions? Please email Ian at firstname.lastname@example.org
2020 Speakers and Guests
- Don McKay, Poet, two-time winner of Canada’s Governor General Award, author of 12 books
- Nicholas Paul Brysiewicz, Director of Development, The Long Now Foundation
- Hilairy Hartnett, Co-director ASU PlanetWorks, Associate Professor School of Earth & Space Exploration, Arizona State University
- Jonathon Keats, Conceptual artist and experimental philosopher
- Lance Gharavi, Associate Professor, School of Film, Dance and Theatre, Arizona State University
- Julian Ruddock, PhD, Visual artist and filmmaker
- Daniel Ranalli, Visual artist and founder of the Graduate Program in Arts Administration at Boston University
- Julia Buntaine Hoel, Director, SciArt Center
- Marnie Benney, Independent curator
- Jonathan Latiano, Visual artist
- Elena Soterakis, Visual artist
- Dennis Minsky, Naturalist and writer
- Madhavi Venkatesan, Economist
- Richard Gifford, Provincetown Schools STEAM and Design Teacher, UN Certified Climate Change Teacher
- Students from Provincetown Schools
- David Maggs, Research Fellow, ‘Culture and Climate’, Institute for Advanced Study of Sustainability, Potsdam
- Peter ter Weeme, Executive VP, Purpose and Brand Citizenship at Elevator Strategy
Why you should come
We might agree that two heads are better than one – especially when it comes to solving a challenge like climate change.
- Shared intentions
- Co-creation that may be neither science nor art
- Hybridized methodologies
Join us May 16-17, 2020 in Provincetown, MA for what will be the next step of a bright new idea in fostering discovery. Be part of the pioneering group of artists and scientists building the actual bridge toward a shared insight, outcome – or even world-changing climate change remedy.
Besides, haven’t you always wanted to come to Provincetown?