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Artists’ Presentation PART TWO: Resilience in Major Sectors
Deep Transformation Network – Artists and Creatives Group

With artists Yvonne Espinoza, Ries Faison, Susan Smith, and Kim Tanzer. 

Hosted by Michele Guieu

Join us for Part One of an interactive presentation and discussion featuring artists who have contributed to the exhibition “Resilience in Major Sectors”, inspired by the transformative principles of the Think Resilience Course by Post Carbon.


[recording] Artists’ Presentation PART ONE: Resilience in Major Sectors
Deep Transformation Network – Artists and Creatives Group

With artists Diane Farris, Celia Kettle, Deborah Kennedy, Rosalind Lowry, and Gordon Wood.

Hosted by Michele Guieu

Join us for Part One of an interactive presentation and discussion featuring artists who have contributed to the exhibition “Resilience in Major Sectors,” inspired by the transformative principles of the Think Resilience Course by Post Carbon.


Presentation and Discussion – New Art Call
Resilience in Major Sectors
Deep Transformation Network – Artists and Creatives Group

Hosted by Michele Guieu

March 12, 2024, from 12:00 pm to 1:30 pm PACIFIC TIME
The event registration link is here.


Artists’ Presentation: Meeting Essential Community Needs Exhibition
Deep Transformation Network – Artists and Creatives Group

Hosted by Michele Guieu

with artists:
Dorothy Ries Faison [06:53]
Diane Farris [15:20]
Celia Kettle [25:30]
Nancy D Lane [36:10]
Meredith Nemirov [47:25]
Peggy Rose [56:55]
Susan Smith [1:03:28]

Discussion [1:09:30]

February 27, 2024, FROM 12:00 pm to 1:30 pm PACIFIC TIME
The event registration link is here (free).


Presentation and Discussion: New Art Call
Essential Community Needs
Deep Transformation Network – Artists and Creatives Group

from 12:00 pm to 1:15 pm PACIFIC
Hosted by Michele Guieu

Event description here.

The art call is based on the Think Resilience course by Post Carbon Institute.


Artists’ Presentation (Part Two)
Community Resilience and Education Exhibition
Deep Transformation Network – Artists and Creatives Group

With Artists Jacqui Jones, Peggy Rose, Susan Smith, Teresa Stern, Kim Tanzer. Karen Viola, Gordon Wood.

from 12:00 pm to 1:15 pm PACIFIC
Hosted by Michele Guieu

Event description here.

The exhibition is based on the Think Resilience course by Post Carbon Institute.


Artists’ Presentation (Part One)
Community Resilience and Education Exhibition
Deep Transformation Network – Artists and Creatives Group

With Artists Yvonne C Espinoza, Ries Faison, Diane Farris, Deborah Kennedy, Celia Kettle, Quin de la Mer, Marcela Villasenor.

from 12:00 pm to 1:15 pm PACIFIC
Hosted by Michele Guieu
Event description here.

The exhibition is based on the Think Resilience course by Post Carbon Institute.


DTN AandC Education art call May 30

Discussion – New Art Call: Education and Community Resilience
Deep Transformation Network – Artists and Creatives Group

from 12:00 pm to 1:15 pm PACIFIC
Hosted by Michele Guieu
Event description here

The art call is based on the Think Resilience course by Post Carbon Institute.


Artists Presentation – New Exhibition: Social Justice
Deep Transformation Network – Artists and Creatives Group

With Artists [from top right to bottom left on the banner above]: Marie Cameron, Ries Faison, Diane Farris, Hillary Irene Johnson, Jacqui Jones, Meredith Nemirov, Peggy Rose, Susan Smith, and Kim Tanzer.

from 12:00 pm to 1:15 pm PACIFIC TIME
Hosted by Michele Guieu
Event description here.

The exhibition is based on the Think Resilience course by Post Carbon Institute.


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Discussion – New Art Call: Social Justice
Deep Transformation Network – Artists and Creatives Group

From 12:00 pm to 1:15 pm PACIFIC
Hosted by Michele Guieu
Event description here.

Join us for an inspiring event! We’ll start with a thought-provoking lesson by Richard Heinberg from the Post Carbon Institute, exploring the intersection of community resilience and social justice/equity/ownership. Afterward, engage in a lively discussion about how artists can visually represent these important concepts. Let your creativity be the catalyst for change, and join us in shaping a more equitable and resilient future through art.

The art call is based on the Think Resilience course by Post Carbon Institute.


Artists Presentation – New Exhibition: Economic Relocalization
Deep Transformation Network – Artists and Creatives Group

With artists Yvonne C Espinoza, Ries Faison, Diane Farris, Deborah Kennedy, Susan Smith, Kim Tanzer, Karen Viola, and Marcela Villasenor.

Hosted by Michele Guieu

Event description here.
Check out the exhibition here.

This exhibition is a part of the ongoing What’s Next for Earth art project that explores various critical yet essential topics. It is an excellent opportunity to engage in meaningful discussions and gain insights into the artist’s vision.

The exhibition is based on the Think Resilience course by Post Carbon Institute.


Discussion – New Art Call: Economic Relocalization
Deep Transformation Network – Artists and Creatives Group

Hosted by Michele Guieu

Event description here.
Join us to discuss much-needed Economic Relocalization –and share ideas about how to visualize it– based on the Think Resilience course by Richard Heinberg, Post Carbon Institute. The Artists and Creatives group follows the What’s Next for Earth art project journey through thought-provoking discussions around themes related to the poly-crisis and how to prepare a just future on a habitable Earth. Visit whatsnextforearth.com to learn more.
Our current art call is Economic Relocalization.

“Local economic development benefits everyone—except maybe big multinational corporations. A more local and therefore more resilient economy is one in which people feel they have more of a stake in production and distribution as well as consumption; one in which they have more knowledge of where their goods come from and what happens to them at the end of their lifecycle. Finally, nothing fundamentally new has to be invented for this to happen: local economies have deep and ancient roots, and there are already efforts underway in hundreds of towns and cities around the country to support local enterprise.”
Richard Heinberg, Think Resilience course, Economic Relocalization lesson.

The art call is based on the Think Resilience course by Post Carbon Institute.


Artists Presentation – New Exhibition: How Globalization Undermines Resilience
Deep Transformation Network – Artists and Creatives Group

Hosted by Michele Guieu

An exciting conversation with artists presenting their contributions to the How Globalization Undermines Resilience exhibition, based on the Think Resilience course by Richard Heinberg, Post Carbon Institute.  

Artists in order of appearance:
[03:45] Gordon Wood
[08:55] Marcela Villasenor
[13:40] Kim Tanzer
[17:35]Susan Smith
[23:05] Meredith Nemirov
[28:55] Suzette Marie Martin
[32:55] Rosalind Lowry
[38:05] Terri Hughes Oelrich
[42:15] Dorothy Ries Faison
[47:15] Yvonne Espinoza
[53:55] Marie Cameron
Discussion: [58:05]

LINK to the event here.

The exhibition is based on the Think Resilience course by Post Carbon Institute.


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Discussion – New Art Call: How Globalization Undermines Resilience
Deep Transformation Network – Artists and Creatives Group

Hosted by Michele Guieu

From 12:00 pm to 1:00 pm Pacific Time
LINK TO GET THE ZOOM LINK HERE.

A discussion about How Globalization Undermines Resilience. This is great for the artists who want to contribute to the art call and for anyone interested in this key aspect of today’s economic and societal landscape. We’ll watch a short video and have a discussion.

The How Globalization Undermines Resilience art call is open until February 28th, 2023. You can check out the ensemble of What’s Next for Earth’s exhibitions based on the Think Resilience course by Richard Heinberg, Post Carbon Institute, here.


Artists Presentation – New Exhibition: Building Community Resilience
Deep Transformation Network – Artists and Creatives Group

With artists Yvonne Espinoza, Ries Faison, Quin de la Mer, Nancy D Lane, Rosalind Lowry, Meredith Nemirov, Susan Smith, Kim Tanzer, and Gordon Wood

Hosted by Michele Guieu

The “Building Community Resilience” Exhibition is based on the Think Resilience course by Richard Heinberg, Post Carbon Institute.


Artist Presentation – Meredith Nemirov: Piplantri
Deep Transformation Network – Artists and Creatives Group

Hosted by Michele Guieu

Artist Meredith Nemirov lives and paints in the Uncompahgre River Valley in southwest Colorado. She discusses her contributions to the What’s Next for Earth art calls and exhibitions: Community Resilience, What is Resilience?, Culture Change and Neuroscience, Shifting Cultural Stories, and Thinking in Systems. Meredith focuses on how her involvement with the Think Resilience course by the Post Carbon Institute has affected how she thinks about her studio practice.

Meredith Nemirov is from NYC. She studied at The Art Students League and received a BFA from the Parsons School of Design. After working as a freelance illustrator for 11 years, she devoted her time to painting and exhibiting her work. In 1988 she moved to Ridgway, CO, and opened the Ridgway Gallery, which specialized in antique prints, maps, and books about exploring the American West. The gallery closed in 1999, and since then has focused on her studio work, on-site painting, and teaching. She maintains a studio in Ridgway and part-time in Spain, where she teaches each year on the island of Mallorca.


Artists Presentation – New Exhibition: Community Resilience
Deep Transformation Network – Artists and Creatives Group

With artists Marianne Bickett, Hillary Johnson, Quin de la Mer, Meredith Nemirov, Jill Price, Larissa Rolley, Karen Viola, Kim Tanzer, and Gordon Wood.

Hosted by Michele Guieu

They present their contributions to What’s Next For Earth’s current exhibition: Community Resilience, part of an ongoing series of online exhibitions based on the Think Resilience course by Richard Heinberg, Post Carbon Institute.


Discussion – New Art Call: Community Resilience
Deep Transformation Network – Artists and Creatives Group

Hosted by Michele Guieu

The Community Resilience art call is based on the Think Resilience course by Richard Heinberg, Post Carbon Institute.


Discussion: New Art Call: Six Foundations for Building Community Resilience
Deep Transformation Network – Artists and Creatives Group

Hosted by Michele Guieu

The Six Foundations for Building Community Resilience art call is based on the Think Resilience course by Richard Heinberg, Post Carbon Institute.


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Ecoartspace: What’s next for Earth + Think Resilience,
an Ecoartspace online event
[recorded in May 2022]

A conversation with Richard Heinberg and Michele Guieu, and artists Rosalind Lowry and Eileen Wold

We live in a time of tremendous political, environmental, and economic upheaval. How can artists better understand and examine these interconnected crises, from pandemics and pollution to biodiversity loss and global warming? This conversation between Michele Guieu and Post Carbon Institute senior fellow, Richard Heinberg, sheds light on the complex crises of our time and the role of the arts in addressing them. Artists Rosalind Lowry and Eileen Wold also shared their work in response to the What’s Next for Earth exhibitions, organized by Michele Guieu.

0:00 – 0:22 slide presentation
0:22 – 0:38 discussion with Richard Heinberg
0:38 – 1:04 Presentation of the What’s Next for Earth contributions by artists Rosalind Lowry and Eileen Wold. 
1:04 – 1:27 Questions from the public


What’s Next for Earth and Montalvo Arts Center: Earth Day with Paul Ehrlich
Montalvo Arts Center – MAHB

MONTALVO EARTH DAY MAHB Paul EHRLICH

This conversation is co-organized with Eco Artist and Arts Educator, Michele Guieu, and features a presentation on the human predicament by one of the world’s leading environmentalists, Paul Ehrlich, Bing Professor of Population Studies and President, Center for Conservation Biology, Stanford University. Artists Ivan Sigg, Shannon Amidon, and Kija Lucas will share works that honor our interconnectedness, the environment and the human predicament. Guieu will leave participants with an Open Global Community Art Project, a new platform for creators as we consider What’s Next for Earth. Open Access is the Lucas Artists Program’s signature event series, designed to showcase artists’ work, offer a behind-the-scenes view into how they generate ideas, and provide a forum for dialogue. This is the first in a series of virtual conversations.