What’s Next for Earth, An Earth Day Conversation with Paul Ehrlich 

What’s Next for Earth, An Earth Day Conversation with Paul Ehrlich, on the occasion of Earth Day’s 50th anniversary.

Hosted by Lucas Art Residency at Montalvo Arts Center, and the MAHB – Millenium Alliance for Humanity and the Biosphere.

Join Montalvo Arts Center and MAHB: Millennium Alliance for Humanity and the Biosphere as we honor the work of artists in celebrating the earth on this 50th anniversary of Earth Day. This online conversation will take place via Zoom, or you can tune in on live on Montalvo’s Facebook page.

This conversation is co-organized with eco artist and arts educator Michele Guieu, and will feature a presentation on the complex human predicament by one of the world’s leading environmentalist, Paul Ehrlich, Bing Professor of Population Studies and President of the Center for Conservation Biology at Stanford University. Artists Ivan Sigg, Shannon Amidon, and Kija Lucas will share works that honor our interconnectedness with each other and the environment. Guieu will also introduce participants to the Open Global Community Art Project, a new platform for creators as we consider: What’s Next for Earth?

Open Access is the Lucas Artists Program’s signature event series, designed to showcase artists’ work, offer a behind-the-scenes view into how they generate ideas, and provide a forum for dialogue. This is the first in a series of virtual conversations and will be recorded for later viewing. If you are interested in joining the live Webinar, please note space is limited on a first come first serve basis.

The link to the MAHB website’s post of the video here.
The link to Montalvo Arts Center event on Facebook is here.




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