An international 'spiral of engagement' of the cultural sector for ecology - get involved online!
A very warm welcome to all new and old members of Culture|Futures
Our team of volunteers has created this site to share information and activities about sustainable development and culture and we invite you all to post interesting blogs and share ideas.
Since the launch of Culture|Futures at the COP15 Summit in Copenhagen in 2009, Culture|Futures has hosted a variety of conferences and forums about creating sustainable solutions for cultural institutions and organisations and for the creative industries. Recently we have also had the great pleasure of appointing Dr. Rajendra Pachauri, Chair of Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, as protector of Culture|Futures.
For further information on Culture|Futures Clubs, conferences and other events please visit www.culturefutures.org
Please invite others to this network and share the news about Culture|Futures. We can all help engage the cultural sector to lead and inspire us into an Ecological Age.
The book launch of essays, art and projects inspired by ecosopher Joanna Macy, that are all about creativity and sustainability, was in Bristol on 17 April, 2013.
Alastair McIntosh has written in his review 'these essays show how people are digging where they stand, deepening inwardly where there might be little latitude outwardly'.
You can now get your copy of 'Stories of the Great Turning' from Amazon, The Book Depository (I think Book Dep. mail rates might be cheaper) etc http://www.amazon.co.uk/Stories-Great-Turning-Joanna-Macy/dp/1908363061/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1366540804&sr=8-1&keywords=stories+of+the+great+turnin
Posted by Cathy Fitzgerald on April 21, 2013 at 20:00
Apart from the slightly sinnister connotation, how would you define a cultural agent? Is it an artist or filmmaker? Best boy or production manager? Theatre or arts funding agency? Let us know.
We're creative people, right? If culture comes in all shapes and sizes, why not a logo? (Apart from brand consistency blah blah)The CultureIFutures logo is a spiral - a 'spiral of engagement' for…Continue
Started by Juhi Shareef in Uncategorized Nov 30, 2009.