Imagine Climate: creative perspectives on climate change
Feb 25 to Mar 18, 2020
FEB 25 + 26 // Climate Billboard Project
art made from carbon emissions
With the support of more than two dozen community partners
CORE and AIR-INK co-present the Climate Billboard Project, a bilingual public art project that uses carbon emissions to make art, bringing together creativity, community and technology in the name of climate action. The project showcases four original billboards designed, created and displayed in the Roaring Fork Valley starting February 25th:
- Aspen // Kate Howe // Aspen Art Museum
- Basalt // Chris Erickson // Lion’s Park stage
- Carbondale // Brian Colley // The Launchpad
- Snowmass Village // Kelly Peters // The Collective
The Climate Billboard Project will host two launch parties featuring AIR-INK founder/innovator Anirudh Sharma, billboard artists, live carbon labs, music and refreshments.
MAR 9 // Inner Climate/Outer Climate
wellness in the age of eco-anxiety
- Conversation at the intersection of climate change + mental health
- Moderator: Karen Koenemann, director of Pitkin County Health
- Kerry Cesspooch, member of the Ute Indian Tribe of the Uintah and Ouray Reservation
- Laura Bartels, Executive Director of the Mindful Life Program
- Kevin Hillmer-Pegram, Associate Professor of Sustainability Studies, Colorado Mountain College
- Beatriz Soto: Member of Green Latinas; Latino Outreach Coordinator for CORE and for Wilderness Workshop
Courtesy of: Anna Stonehouse/The Aspen Times
MAR 12 // Building Resiliency in the RFV
innovation conversation by US Green Building Council – Roaring Fork
MAR 13 // Tales of Water opening reception
visual art exhibition that starts with snowpack and ends with our most precious resource
Co-presented by Skye Gallery and Ether Arts Project
- A collaborative visual arts show curated by Agustina Mistretta
- Artists: Tania Dibbs, Ángeles Peña, Pauline Rrrrrrr, Lizzy Taber & Yuri Z
Art by Ãngeles Peña
Check out how DJ Spooky mixes media to spark thought!
MAR 18 // DJ Spooky
Arctic Rhythms: musical performance and conversation
Paul D. Miller, known professionally as DJ Spooky, is a composer, multimedia artist and writer whose work immerses audiences in a blend of genres, global culture and environmental and social issues. In 2007 and 2008, Miller traveled first to Antarctica and later to the Arctic Circle, emerging with the inspiration for volume of music, ARCTIC RHYTHMS. Channeling messages around sustainability, climate change and our ever-evolving planet, Miller draws audiences into an evocative multimedia voyage through pristine landscapes with live local string musicians, projected imagery and live and recorded hip-hop and electronic music.
ALL MONTH // Reading List for a Warming World
10 climate must-reads in fiction and nonfiction curated by Aspen Words
CORE and Aspen Words co-present a Reading List for a Warming World, a curated collection of fiction and nonfiction literature in which climate change is as much a character as a subject. The books were selected by the local literary center and are available at valley libraries, bookstores and Imagine Climate events in February and March.
Fiction titles include: The Overstory by Richard Powers; Clade by James Bradley; Flight Behavior by Barbara Kingsolver; The End We Start From by Megan Hunter; and New York 2140 by Kim Stanley Robinson.
Nonfiction titles include: The Sixth Extinction by Elizabeth Kolbert, Rising by Elizabeth Rush, Climate Justice by Mary Robinson, The Hidden Life of Trees by Peter Wohlleben, and Adventures in the Anthropocene by Gaia Vince.
TAKE ACTION // Go Carbon-free with CORE
Are you ready to turn your stoke into action? Visit CORE’s engagement station at any Imagine Climate event to learn how you can get on the path to zero-emissions. And sign up for your chance to win a Portable Solar Party!