Events


November 29, 2022

Deep Transformation Network – Artists and Creatives Group
Online presentation and discussion

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LINK TO THE EVENT.

Artist Meredith Nemirov will discuss 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.

She will focus on how her involvement with the Think Resilience course by the Post Carbon Institute has affected how she thinks about her studio practice.

She will talk about her upcoming exhibition.


November 15th, 2022

Deep Transformation Network – Artists and Creatives Group
VIDEO RECORDING – Online presentation and discussion

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

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 the Post Carbon Institute.


November 1st, 2022

Deep Transformation Network – Artists and Creatives Group
VIDEO RECORDING – Online presentation and discussion


October 4th, 2022

Deep Transformation Network – Artists and Creatives Group
Online presentation and discussion – RECORDING


May 2022

What’s next for Earth + Think Resilience, an Ecoartspace online event

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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


April 2020

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.