(Part Two) Artists’ Presentation: “Community Resilience and Education”

Michele Guieu | October 10, 2023 | Leave a Comment

Video Recording of the Event

Deep Transformation Network – Artists and Creatives Group
hosted by Christina Conklin, Michele Guieu, and Christopher Losa

Community Resilience and Education – Artists’ Presentation PART TWO – Tuesday, October 31 2023.
12:00 pm  to 1:30 pm PACIFIC time – Online
THE LINK TO THE EVENT IS HERE. It is your access to the zoom link. 

Join us for an engaging presentation and lively discussion (Part Two) featuring the talented artists who have made valuable contributions to the “Community Resilience and Education” exhibition:

Jacqui Jones
Peggy Rose
Susan Smith
Teresa Stern
Kim Tanzer
Karen Viola
Gordon Wood

The exhibition is based on the Think Resilience course by Post Carbon Institute. 

The journey towards resilience begins with education, guiding people to embrace the skills and values that will fortify them and their communities in the face of adversity. It’s a collective effort, and it starts with planting the seeds of resilience in today’s learners, ensuring a more sustainable and resilient future for all.

Artists’ vision for education extends beyond the traditional classroom; it encompasses a holistic approach that equips individuals with the tools to build personal and community resilience.

Visit the exhibition at whatsnextforearth.com and mahb.Stanford.edu.

Presentation and discussion Part One link here. 

If you want to learn more about What’s Next for Earth, please visit whatsnextforearth.com and whatsnextforearth on Instagram.(PART TWO) 

What’s Next For Earth is an art project created by Michele Guieu, eco-artist, and MAHB Art Director. The project aims at deepening our understanding
of the ecological emergency and the human predicament,
and exploring creative visions for a desirable future. If you have any questions, please send a message to michele@mahbonline.org. 
Thank you ~

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