Artists and Creatives: What’s Next for Earth / Building Community Resilience Art Call

| October 24, 2022 | Leave a Comment

Deep Transformation Network – Artists and Creatives

Tuesday, November 1st, 2022.
12:00 pm  to 1:15 pm PST – Online

The link to the event is here.


Join us for a discussion around “Building Community Resilience,” the new What’s Next For Earth art call. It is based on the “Six Foundations for Building Community Resilience” lesson from the Think Resilience free online course by the Post Carbon Insitute.

We’ll first watch the short video lesson written and presented by Richard Heinberg.

“In 2015, Post Carbon Institute surveyed the academic literature on resilience and talked to scholars, activists, and local leaders around the country to determine how the concepts of resilience might be most usefully applied in communities by people who aren’t resilience scientists. We found an easily understood framework that speaks directly to the challenges communities face regarding equity, group decision-making, and their complex social and economic contexts. We identified six foundations that appear necessary for community resilience-building efforts to be successful. And these are people, systems thinking, adaptability, transformability, sustainability, and courage.”

Richard Heinberg, Think Resilience Course, Post Carbon Institute.

The new art call is open until December 31st, 2022.

Come and share your ideas!

Whether you are interested in participating in the What’s Next for Earth current art call or incorporating these ideas into your creative endeavors, we hope to see you there.

If you want to learn more about What’s Next for Earth, please visit and whatsnextforearth on Instagram.]

— Christina Conklin and Michele Guieu

Recording of the event

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