Science Festival Website — Public Talk: Tools and Fieldwork in the Face of Climate Change

Jul. 14, 2016
Bibliography: Otago Museum, Article:Public Talk: Toolsand Fieldworkin theFaceofClimate Change, website:Hutton Theatre, Otago Museum, Pub July 14, 2016, Access Oct 22, 2016

Climate Kit is a project by Sara Dean and Beth Ferguson, commissioned by ZERO1 American Arts Incubator, in partnership with the U.S. Department of State's Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs and U.S. Embassy in Wellington.

Join us and be introduced to the Arts Incubator - a multiple week climate change/art and design/women in STEM program, bringing an expert on solar energy, the other on digital design to create a cross disciplinarian workshop of young academics, artists, and business/government leaders to discuss and share best practices on raising awareness of resiliency on climate change, and how to communicate and share best practices publically in innovative, compelling, and digital ways.

Sara is an Assistant Professor of Graduate Design at the California College of the Arts. She is an architect and designer; her work considers the implications of digital and social media as urban infrastructure, especially in relation to issues of the Anthropocene. Her work can be seen at Linch-Pin.

Beth Ferguson is an Assistant Professor of Industrial Design at The University of California Davis. She runs Sol Design Lab, a solar design/build company. Her work positions solar energy design as a civic and public resource.

Courtesy: New Zealand International Science Festival 

Hutton Theatre, Otago Museum, 419 Great King Street, Dunedin

ENTRY: Gold coin donation

Booking not required.

If you have any questions, email director@scifest.org.nz or call 03 474 9256.

Project websites:

American Arts Incubator

Climate Kit
This event is wheelchair accessible.

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