Deep Transformation Network – Artists and Creatives
Tuesday, March 8, 2022
12:00 pm to 1:15 pm PST – Online
Visual and conceptual artist Michele Guieu will briefly share her project, What’s Next for Earth, which creates bi-monthly art calls in response to the Post Carbon Institute’s short course, ‘Think Resilience.’ More than a hundred artists have created work on themes including Biodiversity, Energy, and Thinking in Systems; we will see some highlights, followed by a conversation about how we better understand our current moment to write new narratives. Join us!
About Artists and Creatives
The arts — visual, literary, performing, social — are among the richest avenues for generating creative responses to our intersecting planetary crises. Artists open up spaces for inquiry, hang out in between questions and answers, and write new narratives about what is possible. If this sounds fun, this group is a place to share your ideas, projects, connections, inspiration, and enthusiasm.
Hosted by Christina Conklin and Michele Guieu
About the Deep Transformation Network
DTN is an online community for people who recognize that our civilization is in existential crisis—and who want to engage with others in facilitating a deep transformation toward a life-affirming future on a regenerated Earth.
It invites open-hearted, caring, and curious folk, engaged citizens, and changemakers from around the world to come together in helping catalyze the deep transformation our global society needs. It welcomes people from diverse backgrounds, ethnicities, and cultural traditions who share a desire to collaborate in co-creating a flourishing future for all humanity and for the nonhuman relatives with whom we share the Earth.
The community’s origins arise from those attracted to the writings of Jeremy Lent, author of The Patterning Instinct and The Web of Meaning. However, it aspires to become a self-organized, nurturing network for everyone engaged in the collective process of planetary regeneration.The views and opinions expressed through the MAHB Website are those of the contributing authors and do not necessarily reflect an official position of the MAHB. The MAHB aims to share a range of perspectives and welcomes the discussions that they prompt.