What is art’s role in promoting change and encouraging discussions on global issues? In what way can Art, Nature, and Technology help us rethink our relationship with the world around us?
Which considerations and good practices can be implemented to take care of cultural heritage from an ecological perspective? Why and how should artistic, scientific, and technological research cooperate not only to preserve the past, but also to prepare for the challenges and the preservation of the future by guaranteeing sustainability, inclusivity, and intergenerational ethics?
If furthering ecological awareness is a common goal that requires a new symbiotic relationship between nature and culture, it is the responsibility of private and public cultural actors and institutions to work together with citizens and communities and share ecologically conscious practices.
|Prof. FRANCESCA TAROCCO
Director, NICHE – Ca' Foscari University of Venice
|KAROLE P. B. VAIL
Director, Peggy Guggenheim Collection
|Prof. CRISTINA BALDACCI
Department of Philosophy and Cultural Heritage / NICHE – Ca’ Foscari University of Venice.
Speakers (In alphabetical order)
|GIORGIO ANDREOTTA CALÒ
|Dr. LUCA COSENTINO
|Arch. ELETTRA DE PELLEGRIN
Founder Slalom Acoustic
|Dr. PAOLO FANTONI
President, Fantoni S.p.A.
|Dr. MARCO FELICETTI
|Dr. SILVIA MAZZANTI
Sustainability Manager Save the Duck
|Dr. COSTANZA MILANI
Director, Institute of Heritage Sciences – CNR
LUCIANO PENSABENE BUEMI
|Prof. MICHELA SIGNORETTO
Rector’s Delegate for Scientific Research, Department of Molecular Sciences and Nanosystems, Ca’ Foscari University of Venice.
The event is part of Venetonight 2023, the European night of research.