Oct 12, 2022
Collaborative Practice on a Changing Planet: The Anthropocene Curriculum Network
- 19:30 to 22:00
- Dept. I
How to meet the challenges of a changing planet? For 10 years, the Anthropocene Curriculum(AC) network has been experimenting with ways of collaborating on the Anthropocene. What started as a weeklong experimentation at HKW – the Anthropocene Campus 2014 – has since developed into a model for collective practices of research and teaching across fields. In fall, AC initiatives from around the world will envision the transformed future of the network. On October 12, the partners will present the most recent projects and films on-site at HKW and in a live stream on anthropocene-curriculum.org.
With Jamie Allen, Jeremy Bolen, Alyne Costa, Lucio De Capitani, Emiliano Guaraldo, Brian Holmes, Sarah Lewison, Jacob Lindgren, Jahnavi Phalkey, Carlina Rossée and Fernando Silva e Silva.
Collaborative Practice on a Changing Planet
The Anthropocene Curriculum Network
Wed, Oct 12, 7.30–10 pm CEST
Launches, Presentations and Screenings
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More about accessibility: hkw.de/accessible or 030 – 397 87 175
The Anthropocene Curriculum is developed by Haus der Kulturen der Welt (HKW, Berlin) and the Max Planck Institute for the History of Science (MPIWG, Berlin), in collaboration with many partners worldwide.
Part of Evidence & Experiment.