An ecoliterate person is prepared to be an effective member of sustainable society, with well‐rounded abilities of head, heart, hands, and spirit, comprising an organic understanding of the world and participatory action within and with the environment. McBride et al., 2013, Ecosphere, Vol. 4, Issue 5. Some of you might know, in addition to my…Read more Introducing Haumea and a proposed new online ‘ecoliteracy for the arts’ course: your ideas welcome!
Some of you may have seen this notice already. I hope to dash out from the arts office to listen in! BUTLER GALLERY Kilkenny LUNCHTIME TALK – ART AND ECOLOGY Pisces #25 Chromogenic print 2003, Susan Unterberg “And for this Nature is Never Spent: Art and Environmental Reform” Lecture given by Dr. Jo Anna Isaak,…Read more Art & Ecology lecture this Tues, Kilkenny Castle: Dr Jo Anna Isaak
Just thought I would post this as it's happening in my work place next week. Mary (Kilkenny Arts Officer) and Jean (Education Curator, Butler Gallery, Kilkenny) have been working hard on the 2nd Moot event on Art and the Environment; the first event a year ago had some very useful info, particularly Gavin Harte letting…Read more MOOT VI: THE CURRENT CLIMATE Art, Ecology and Sustainability in Kilkenny
Listening to a talk at MOOT V (a series of Art talks, this one on Art & the Environment - hosted by the Kilkenny Arts Office and the Butler Gallery, in Dec 07), I was impressed by a talk by Irish environmental communication consultant, Gavin Harte. Sitting in the audience I listened as he described…Read more Tips on creating great art & ecology projects – THE RULES