Conference: Broto Art-Climate-Science

Virtual Conference 2020

Time Sensitive

A conference about the intersection of Art-Climate-Science and Deep Time

  • Happening online. Details to come.
  • Free access. Donations welcome.
  • Stay tuned for our online program and how to access the content.

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?

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We’ll connect 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
  • Artists, scientists, advocates, sustainability strategists, green tech entrepreneurs and scholars of very long term time horizons

Questions? Please email Ian at ian@broto.eco

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
  • Peter ter Weeme, Vice President, Social Purpose and Stakeholder Engagement, British Columbia Lottery Corporation