Imagine Climate: creative perspectives on climate change

Feb 25 to Mar 18, 2020

Join the conversation using hashtag #imagineclimate.
Billboard by Chris Erickson @ Lion’s Park Stage in Basalt

Check out the AIR-INK pens our artists are using!

Watch CORE and 5Point’s collaboration on The Climate Billboard Project for 5Point’s Unlocked Film Festival

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.

Kick-off Community Parties
6 to 7:30pm
Feb 25: The Launch Pad, Carbondale
Feb 26: The Collective, Snowmass Village

 

MAR 9 // Inner Climate/Outer Climate

wellness in the age of eco-anxiety

We’re looking forward to seeing you tonight at Inner Climate/Outer Climate. We have multiple options for participating in the event. In addition to being live at Basalt Regional Library at 6pm, we will be livestreaming on CORE’s Facebook Page and live tweeting at @aspencore. Please submit your questions on the livestream for the Q&A. Catch you soon!
co-presented by ACES, Aspen Chapel and Pitkin County
  • Conversation at the intersection of climate change + mental health
  • Moderator: Karen Koenemann, director of Pitkin County Health
  • Panelists:
    • 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
6 to 7:30pm
Courtesy of: Anna Stonehouse/The Aspen Times

MAR 12 // Building Resiliency in the RFV

innovation conversation by US Green Building Council – Roaring Fork

During last summer’s Lake Christine Fire, Aspen was one transmission line away from losing power. So how can communities be resilient? By adding renewables and microgrids. Find out your home can be a part of it!
Speakers:
  • Chris Bilby, Research Engineer, Holy Cross Energy
  • Matt Greenlund, Solar Installer, Sunsense Solar
  • Marty Treadway, Programs Director, CORE
  • Mary Wiener, Energy Efficiency Program Administrator, Holy Cross Energy
6 to 8pm

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
6 to 8pm
Skye Gallery
Art by Ãngeles Peña