Information and discussion on all aspects of British photographic history
Time: March 21, 2022 from 6pm to 7:45pm
Street: Trongate 103
Website or Map: https://www.streetlevelphotow…
Phone: 0141 552 2151
Event Type: online, forum
Organized By: Malcolm Dickson
Latest Activity: Mar 8, 2022
Picturing climate change (March 21, 2022) is an upcoming online symposium that explores ‘what is seen and unseen’ in climate change from the viewpoints of the visual arts and photography, community action, agro-forestry to climate monitoring from earth orbiting satellites and the International Space Station. Be prepared to see the world from the ground up and back through space.
Community engagement and multidisciplinary collaborations
Climate conversations and actions are now involving a wide spectrum of practitioners from a variety of fields, including researchers, horticulturalists, astrophysicists, engineers, planners, activists, artists, citizens and school children, to name a few. How have multidisciplinary arts collaborations local to Dundee and Glasgow, Scotland, for instance, successfully changed how we perceive climate challenges with immediate and international communities? A discussion around the 'Internet of Nature' will look at how to represent flora and create greater awareness for Nature care (https://photomonitor.co.uk/essay/internet-of-nature-touring-the-parks-of-dundee-scotland/)
Researchers say emotion and imagination are urgently needed to reach people in ways information alone cannot
Ecology, land rehabilitation, and culture
What are the real stories from the ground about environmental change through people and photography? How can people better express what is happening to them? Ecology and land rehabilitation need a balance of culture and ecological knowledge to be co-presented in order to create real action. How can that work?
The solution <-> problem
Climate change disproportionately affects people in low-and middle-income contexts who have done the least to contribute to it. Yet often these communities do not have the information or the channels they need to share or make informed decisions about how to prepare for climate change. Can simple actions and picture tools help make a difference? Can sharing images and local knowledge lead to new ways to innovate?
Date: Monday March 21st, 2022
6pm GMT | Live-streamed through the YouTube channel @ Street Level Photoworks
This web event is hosted by Street Level Photoworks in partnership with Dundee City Council, British Council, with support from Women4Climate, Kwantlen Polytechnic University, Canada, ROBA-Ethiopia and includes dialogue with NASA’s Crew Earth Observation team at NASA Johnson Space Center in Houston, Texas, and Earth-Art-Studio.com
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