Climate Action Network Canada (CAN-Rac), Ecology Action Centre (EAC) and the Conservation Council of New Brunswick (CCNB) recently collaborated with the FUTURES/forward community-engaged art mentorship program to bring environmentalists and artists together in an inspiring process of collective creation.
Join our webinar on Wednesday, April 28 at 4 p.m. AST to hear about our emotional journey, meet the artists and project partners, and experience some of the music, visual arts and stories that emerged.
This one-hour webinar will feature four 10-minute conversations between project partners and artist participants, as well as an overview of the program. FUTURES/forward’s Judith Marcuse and Laura Barron will talk about how the program works. Louise Comeau (CCNB), Danielle Smith (From Harm to Harmony participant), Teika Newton (CAN-Rac), Tanya Kalmanovitch (FUTURES/forward artist-in-residence at CAN-Rac), Joanna Bull (EAC), Yasmine Hassen (FUTURES/forward artist-in-residence at EAC) will share stories and revelations about the benefits of bringing community-engaged art making to our environmental work.
Register for the webinar using the form below (you will receive an email with the Zoom invitation closer to the date of the event):
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From Harm to Harmony is on display at the UNB Art Centre in Fredericton from March 7 to April 18, 2021. Click here to arrange a viewing.
Made possible by the McConnell Foundation, Judith Marcuse Projects, the Government of Canada’s Emergency Community Support Fund and Community Foundations of Canada fund FUTURES/forward.