Art Effect: "Acting Against Climate Change"
Art Effect: "Acting Against Climate Change"

First of four online lectures with Alessandra Montalbetti.

Nobel Prize winner Paul Crutzen’s publications on the Anthropocene, such as Benvenuti nell’Antropocene, published in 2005, emphasize the urgent need for humanity to take responsibility for the evolution and survival of our planet. This first lecture focuses on artists who have always been deeply invested in this topic—from Giovanni Segantini, who escaped life in the city, to Joseph Beuys, who founded the first Green Party, to other contemporary examples.

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Art Effect

How art can encourage conscious, sustainable living.

Four online lectures will examine how artists and their works of art engage with issues such as climate change, peace, justice, reducing inequalities, and sustainable development.

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