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Past Broto Conferences

Broto: Greetings, Earthling (May 2021)

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  • Ayodamola Okunseinde, Assistant Professor of Interaction & Media Design, Parsons School of Design
  • Margaret LeJeune, Associate Professor of Photography,  Bradley University

Broto: Affinity (December 2020)

Are we estranged from Nature? What are the implications for climate? The Affinity conference focussed how we might make our relationship to nature more interactive, and less extractive. Panels included discussions on collaboration, artists and nature, finance, culture, business and government and ways to reframe the Anthropocene.

 

 

  • Ayodamola Okunseinde, Assistant Professor of Interaction & Media Design, Parsons School of Design
  • Margaret LeJeune, Associate Professor of Photography,  Bradley University

Broto: Deep Time (May 2020)

 

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2020 Broto Deep Time Guests

 

  • Hilairy Hartnett, Co-director ASU PlanetWorks, Associate Professor School of Earth & Space Exploration, Arizona State University
  • Jonathon Keats, Conceptual artist and experimental philosopher
  • Peter ter Weeme, Executive VP, Purpose and Brand Citizenship at Elevator Strategy
  • Melissa Fleming, Environmental communicator and visual artist
  • Marnie Benney, Independent curator

 

Broto: Scale (May 2019)

The primary goal of this three-day program was to establish a blueprint for mutual, real-time, substantive and credible art and science collaborations — especially how they address climate change. The May 5-6 conference was all about refining and ratifying the Broto Collaboration Blueprint — a framework for collaboration. Featured panels include “Using Art to Inform Science”, “Merging the Artistic and Scientific Methods” and “Imagining a World Already Made Sustainable.”

Broto: Scale Guests

  • Hilairy Hartnett, Co-director ASU PlanetWorks, Associate Professor School of Earth & Space Exploration, Arizona State University
  • Jonathon Keats, Conceptual artist and experimental philosopher
  • Julia Buntaine Hoel, Director, SciArt Center

Broto: Collaboration (May 2018)

The primary goal of this three-day program was to establish a blueprint for mutual, real-time, substantive and credible art and science collaborations — especially how they address climate change. The May 5-6 conference was all about refining and ratifying the Broto Collaboration Blueprint — a framework for collaboration. Featured panels include “Using Art to Inform Science”, “Merging the Artistic and Scientific Methods” and “Imagining a World Already Made Sustainable.”

 

Broto: Collaboration Guests

  • Hilairy Hartnett, Co-director ASU PlanetWorks, Associate Professor School of Earth & Space Exploration, Arizona State University
  • Jonathon Keats, Conceptual artist and experimental philosopher
  • Julia Buntaine Hoel, Director, SciArt Center
  • Josh Willis
  • Edgar Cardenas
  • Dehlia Hannah