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Join us for an insightful webinar on 'Exploring Socially Engaged Practice' featuring Dr. T S Beall and Dr Liz Gardiner. 🌍🎨 Engage in vital discussions about the role of art in addressing climate change and empowering communities. 🤝💡 📅 Date: January 12th, 2024 ⏰ Time: 13:00-14:00 CET 🔗 Register here:
https://forms.gle/sdNm7o2vN6HwYSLLA

This session, part of the Creative Europe funded project 'Turning the Tide,' aims to explore how interventionist art can amplify voices and influence the climate change narrative. 🌊🗣️ It's a unique opportunity for practitioners, policymakers, students, and anyone passionate about innovative climate solutions to engage and contribute. Register for free and be a part of this transformative discussion! 🌐

#SocialEngagement #ArtForChange #ClimateAction #CreativeEurope #Webinar #RiverCities #TTTProject" Partners Intercult Instytut Kultury Miejskiej Dear Hunter Wiener Bildungsakademie Artit In collaboration with Fablevision River // Cities
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  • Princess

    13 w

    The intersection of art, social engagement, and climate change is undoubtedly a rich and impactful subject.

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    • Kevin

      14 w

      Quite the theme here. Amazing

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      • Munene Mugambi

        14 w

        Totally into the idea of art's role in climate change where science has failed as it is a unique approach to solving a universal problem

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        • johnte ndeto

          14 w

          The outlined themes are well outlined

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          • Sarah Chabane

            14 w

            Interesting theme!

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