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Past Broto Conferences

Broto: Deep Time (May 2020)

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Broto: Scale (May 2019)

 

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2019 Broto Conference Guests

 

  • Hilairy Hartnett, Co-director ASU PlanetWorks, Associate Professor School of Earth & Space Exploration, Arizona State University
  • Jonathon Keats, Conceptual artist and experimental philosopher
  • Stafford Sheehan, Co-Founder & CTO of The Air Company
  • Craig Altemose, Executive Director, Better Future Project
  • Karl Schroeder, Futurist, Canadian Chair of the Millennium Project, and author of upcoming novel “Stealing Worlds”
  • Noah Wilson-Rich, CEO & Partner, The Best Bees Company
  • Madhavi Venkatesan, Assistant Teaching Professor of Economics, Northeastern University and Executive Director, Sustainable Practices
  • Julia Buntaine Hoel, Director, SciArt Center
  • Elizabeth Cook, Postdoctoral Research Fellow in Urban Ecology, The New School
  • Peter ter Weeme, Executive VP, Purpose and Brand Citizenship at Elevator Strategy
  • Lance Gharavi, Associate Professor, School of Film, Dance and Theatre, Arizona State University
  • Melissa Fleming, Environmental communicator and visual artist
  • Karina Branson, Graphic Facilitator & Founder, ConverSketch
  • Marnie Benney, Independent curator
  • Joerg Dressler, Painter

 

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.”

 

2018 Broto Conference 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
  • Joerg Dressler, Painter