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Arts + Climate Innovation: Livestream kōrero

Arts + Climate Innovation: Borrowing or investing in future generations?
23 Sep 2020
7pm to 8.15pm Wednesday 23 Sept 2020
Join us to hear about ways young people are rising up to protect their futures, amplifying their message through artistic expression, and why their voice is so vital to shaping a better future.
Event type: 
Art, Cultural, Workshop/Seminar
Price: 
Free
Venue: 
Livestreamed
Region: 
Online

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Join us WED 23 SEPT, 7:00 – 8.15pm NZT

Arts + Climate Innovation: Borrowing or investing in future generations?

How we respond to the COVID crisis will determine the scale of the #climatecrisis.  Will we use the opportunity to invest in a fair, resilient future or shift the burden to future generations?

Join spoken word poet/orator, indigenous activist & Chairperson of 4 Tha Kulture Aigagalefili Fepulea'i-Tapua'i; Professor of Political Science, Director of Hei Puāwaitanga: Sustainable Development and Civic Imagination Research Group at University of Canterbury, Professor Bronwyn Hayward; artist, student & SS4C National Committee member @tillyking; writer, activist & host/co-creator of He Kākano Ahau, @kahukutia (Ngāi Tūhoe) and; artist & activator, Hana Maihi (Ngāti Whātua / Waikato) to discuss how young people are rising up to protect their futures, amplifying their message through artistic expression, and why their voice is so vital to shaping a better future.

FREE livestream kōrero series with leading thinkers in the sciences, arts and creative and cultural communities, bringing their perspectives on the powerful role arts can play in shaping a fair, carbon neutral future. Join via Track Zero and PANNZ Facebook live and Auckland Live Youtube channel.

Track Zero have teamed up with Performing Arts Network of NZ (PANNZ) and Auckland Live to host this timely kōrero. The series is supported by Royal Society Te Apārangi and The Big Idea with co-facilitators Sarah Meads (Founder of Track Zero) and Dolina Wehipeihana (Ngāti Tukorehe / Ngāti Raukawa – Kaiārahi Māori PANNZ)