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Triple Point by Hannah Rowan

Triple Point is a solo exhibition by British artist Hannah Rowan whose practice refects on the contrast between constant, fast-paced human activity and the much slower rhythms of geological processes. Her work, ofen inspired by living nature, not only observes these natural systems; it re-embodies them.

Evaporation, condensation and precipitation, Rowan recreates ephemeral natural systems in a continued state of becoming to refect on their fragility. She explores notions of fuidity, transformation and interconnectivity to speak of the existential threat and anxiety surrounding the climate crisis in connection to other cosmological forces such as technology and data overload.

Informed by the Hydrofeminism of Astrida Neimanis, she invites us to refect on our presence as and withbodies of water. To slow down, engage and connect to wider ecological systems.

For her frst solo exhibition in Lisbon, Rowan presents a new body of work that captures the moving quality of water, frequently between states of matter. By building on the existing attributes of Belo Campo, an old underground wine cellar, the exhibition aims to simulate a slippery groundwater dependent ecosystem, comparable to subterranean wetlands and caves dripping sounds of water permeating through lithic surfaces.

While navigating below ground, the viewer encounters water merging through physical states. Each work amplifes the humid and moist atmospheric conditions of the three adjoining chambers, and blurs the boundaries of the three main phases of the water transformation cycle — solid, liquid and gas.

Such phases can coexist at the same time if a certain degree of temperature and pressure is reached. A unique combination that scientists call: Triple Point.

– Alice Bonnot (curator)

Belo Campo is an epiphyte space organized by Adrien Missika, hosted by Galeria Francisco Fino and located in the gallery’s basement.

Address
C/O Galeria Francisco Fino
Rua Capitão Leitão, 76
1950-052 Lisboa
Portugal

Opening Times
Tuesday to Friday 12pm—7pm
Saturday 2pm—7pm

For Enquires
bonnot.alice@gmail.com

What’s your Ecovision? Can You Make Your Neighbourhood More Ecological?

Think about your neighbourhood. Think of it as an ecosystem. A developing whole made of different, interconnecting elements – living and non-living. Plants, animals, cars, people, buildings, communal waste bins, buses, trains, rivers, parks, the sea and mountains. You. The list can go on. How can you make your neighbourhood’s ecosystem more environmentally sustainable? We want to hear your ideas! See your vision! And we will help you make it possible. Using theatre, film and scientific advice.

Tired of feeling anxious about climate change and environmental doom?
Take action!

Go for a walk around your neighbourhood. Bring with you, your cell phone, video camera, notebook or sketchbook. Spot anything that is not environmentally friendly and tell us: Take a photo or a video or make a drawing that illustrates the environmental problem that you have detected in your neighbourhood.

Submit this to our competition, along with a short text explaining the problem and describing your vision: What ecological solution could you propose to address the problem? We will work with you to make it possible.

The Young Ecovisions competition is the first event of a larger project called Sustainhoods. Winners of the competition will take part in the rest of the Sustainhoods project, which also comprises of a series of applied theatre workshops and a film.

Eligibility
  • The competition is open to people from all countries aged between 15 and 25 years old.
  • If under the age of 18, a legal guardian or parent must sign the project’s Parental Consent Formand submit the entry on behalf of the participant.
  • Participants must speak fluent English (at least at an intermediate level) and submit the written component of their entries in English.
  • Winners must be able to attend, online (via Zoom), a series of six workshops and a film premiere on specific dates (please see Dates). The exact time of these workshops and film screening will be agreed between the project’s team and the workshop participants selected from the competition entries.
How to Enter
  • Submit your entry as either a photograph, a drawing or a five-minute video.
  • All entries should also include a short text (maximum 100 words) providing an explanation of the image or the video. The text should address the following questions: Where and when was the image or video taken? What environmental problem does it illustrate? What would be your solution to address this problem?
  • Only one entry per person is allowed.
  • Entries must be submitted through the competition’s website (see Submit Your Entry).
  • People under the age of 18 must have a permission of a parent or guardian to enter. This permission must be stated filling in the competition’s Parental Consent Form, which should be submitted using the competition entry form. Entries from people under the age of 18 without a Parental Consent Form will not be accepted.

For more details of entry submission, please read the Rules & Terms of the competition.

Prizes & Judging Criteria

Winners will have a unique chance to develop their vision of a sustainable neighbourhood with specialised support. A team of experts in theatre, science, film and education will mentor competition winners to make a case for the feasibility of their ecovisions.

Mentoring will be delivered through six one-hour workshops that will take place online at weekends. English will be the participants’ common language during workshops. A film will be created documenting the winners of the competition’s ecovisions. The film will be streamed online in November 2020 as part at the 2020 Being Human Festival: New Worlds.

Both the workshops and the film screening will be delivered online through Zoom. Workshop participants and the film’s audience will attend these activities from their homes.

Three winners will be selected from all submitted entries. Should the judges agree that additional entries are of exceptional quality, two further entries will be allowed. Preference will be given to entries that include environmental problems or solutions that are achievable, innovative, inclusive of different social groups and collaborative in nature. For more details on judging criteria, please see the competition’s Rules & Terms.

Dates

Competition opens:
18th of August 2020 at 23:00 UTC

Competition closes for entries:
20th of September 2020 at 23:59 UTC

Announcement of competition winners:
9th of October 2020

Applied theatre workshops:
17th, 24th, 25th and 31st of October 2020; and 7th and 8th of November 2020
* Exact times of the workshops will be agreed in due course between the Project Team and the competition winners

Film screenings:
21st and 22nd of November 2020
* Exact times of the film screenings: To be confirmed

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Autumn 2020: Haumea Online Ecoliteracy Course for Creatives and Art Professionals

Autumn 2020: Popular HAUMEA Online Essential Ecoliteracy Course for Creatives & Art Professionals (curators, arts officers, art educators & art administrators)–with Cathy Fitzgerald, PhD. 

I’m delighted to share that my popular course will be offered again this Autumn. 

The course will run from the 16 September–4 November 2020. Please book early to secure your place here.

The course has now expanded from 6 to 7 weeks following feedback from previous participants who wanted to spend more time on the material and the course. So many participants enjoyed the sharing and learning together, especially the (optional) Live Weekly Group meetings. Again, I am offering a few places for one-on-one mentoring too. (Mentoring sessions are now full)

Autumn 2020: Haumea online ecoliteracy course for creatives and art professionals
Myself (top left) with creative participants in an earlier Haumea Essential Ecoliteracy online course. People joined in from many parts of the world, China, USA, England, Scotland, Sweden and Ireland.

Given the interest in this course, this time around I am offering the weekly Haumea Live Group meetings on both Tuesday and Wednesdays – participants can choose which day suits them best. There will be a maximum of 20 people in each class.

The Haumea Live Group meetings are the heart of the Haumea courses; they become an intimate, ‘art salon’ experience. We share insights, challenges and creative endeavours that motivate us all. This connection is especially supportive in these uncertain and urgent times. 

MORE INFORMATION ON THE COURSE AND HOW TO BOOK A PLACE BELOW.

CLOSING DATE IS 14 SEPT: BOOK EARLY TO AVOID DISAPPOINTMENT.

Essential Ecoliteracy for Creatives & Art Professionals
WED:16 Sept–4 Nov
€160,00

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If you are interested in this course, but the timings don’t suit, please signup below to get first news of course updates or feel free to contact me regarding your course or mentoring needs.

WE ARE OCEAN @ Klimahaus Bremerhaven

Date: 24 September 2020 (3:45 – 5:45 pm)
in English

Participants
Antje Boetius (Director Alfred-Wegener-Institut; tbc)
Christian Berg (sustainability expert and transdisciplinary thinker)
Jens Ambsdorf (Director Lighthouse Foundation)
Ralf Tiedemann (teacher BZO Velten)
and more guests to be confirmed soon
Moderator: Anne-Marie Melster

www.klimahaus-bremerhaven.de


About “WE ARE OCEAN”
Berlin by the Sea at FUTURIUM, Berlin (photo: René Arnold)

WE ARE OCEAN is an interdisciplinary art project which gathers artists, students, scientists, policymakers, philanthropists, teachers, and curators in order to raise awareness and engage in dialogue about the environmental condition of the ocean and the role humans play in its current and future state. The project events in Berlin and Brandenburg investigated how we interact with the ocean and how interdependent humans and the ocean are. The overall goal was to raise scientific and political awareness through the arts, particularly among young people, to stimulate behavioural change and social action and help them to act responsibly and become conscientious citizens. Ultimately, WE ARE OCEAN seeks to shift the narrative surrounding the ocean – from that of an ocean for human use and exploitation with infinite resources – to an ocean that offers numerous yet precarious benefits to humankind which is its steward and caretaker.

In 2019 we started in Berlin and Brandenburg, in 2020 it is traveling to Kiel (Germany), Marseille (France), Vancouver (Canada), Bremerhaven (Germany), Venice (Italy) with more stops to follow from 2021 to 2030, since we will support the whole UN Ocean Decade.

The different project parts of WE ARE OCEAN and WIR SIND DAS MEER in Brandenburg and Berlin conducted by Lisa Rave and the respective film produced by the artist were funded by Stadt und Land, Stiftung Berliner Sparkasse, Fonds Soziokultur, Deutsche Postcode Lotterie and IASS Potsdam.

The scientific-artistic workshops delivered by the scientist Oscar Schmidt from IASS Potsdam, the artist Lisa Rave and the curators Anne-Marie Melster and Julia Moritz from ARTPORT_making waves were giving an overview on specific topics like fishing, transport and traffic, energy extraction, seabed mining, global climate, interdependence ocean and climate, tourism, garbage). The scientist delivered the scientific knowledge, the curators and the artists created a program of knowledge transfer through interactive and participatory methodologies with the outcome that the participating school students were able to demonstrate what they had learned during the workshops and to express their feelings and solution orientation in the film WE ARE OCEAN created by the artist, but also during the interactive interventions at Marine Regions Forum and in the Futurium Berlin.

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Ecostage: Placing Ecological Thinking at the Heart of Creative Practice

www.ecostage.online

September 2020 Launch

Ecostage supports creative practitioners journeying toward an ecological, interconnected approach to working that recognises their place within the whole ecosystem in order to inspire a radical and ethical repositioning of their work. 

Formerly Ecostage Pledge, Ecostage is a grassroots, autonomous online platform to help all arts practitioners towards a more ecologically-centred approach in performance making. It is being re-envisioned by a group of ecologically-minded designers, to adapt to the current more pressing issues. Our new site re-launches September 2020 following our crowdfunding.

Ecostage is for anyone in the performing arts sector at any stage of their sustainable journey; it connects freelancers and organisations. It answers the need for shared principles and joint objectives, and to move forward as a unified front to address systemic issues tied up with our joint future including social and climate justice. It appeals to all sizes of companies and types of production needs, and to all stages of career.

Ecological thinking is crucial in considering how to find a sustained approach to how we live in the context of a changing climate: socially, politically and economically. 

Informative, practical and inspiring, Ecostage contains:

  • A list of intersecting principles to be downloaded and used as sustainable production guidelines.
  • An inter-connective approach that includes the whole ecosystem, humans and the more than human world
  • An online pledge with a downloadable logo making your eco-credentials visible when used on documentation.
  • Resources, including an expanding library of inspiring case studies celebrating diverse practices from around the world showing ‘ecoscenography in action’.
  • A growing online global supportive community of practitioners.

Join our global community and pledge your public commitment to a sustainable future. 

“You cannot get through a single day without having an impact on the world around you. What you do makes a difference, and you have to decide what kind of difference you want to make.” Jane Goodall – primatologist and anthropologist

“If you do not appreciate the small steps you support the status quo.” Jean-Claude Audergon – psychotherapist.

Ecostage crowdfunding: We are an eco-designer led, not-for-profit initiative who are volunteering our skills, time and passion as self-employed to get this off the ground. As such, we have launched a crowdfunding drive to invest in the expertise of a professional web developer to create a free, accessible, user-friendly and sustainably-hosted website that remains relevant and responsive to updates in the digital world.

https://www.crowdfunder.co.uk/ecostage
‘Support Ecostage: the go-to site for unified ecological guidelines, with resources for a flourishing, fair, creative future in performance.’

Ecostage online: 

Website: www.ecostage.online 

Facebook: www.facebook.com/ecostage.online/

Twitter: @ecostage1 

Instagram: @eco.stage 

Ecostage relaunch team: 
Paul Burgess, Andrea Carr, Mona Kastell, Ruth Stringer, Hannah Myers, Michaela Fields

Contact:
If you have any queries or questions, please contact ecostage.online@gmail.com with the subject: ‘Ecostage press release’

“WE ARE OCEAN” Marseille

Wednesday 9 September (Screening, Discussion)

8-10 pm @La Plage du Prophete
With the support of Surfrider Foundation Europe

7-11 September (Workshop) @Ecole de la Roseraie, Marseille 
Workshop conducted by Marc Johnson
With the support of “Vivre Malmousque” Association

Tuesday 15 September (Performance)
3-5 pm @Théatre Sylvain
Théatre Corallien by Marc Johnson and students from Ecole de la Roseraie.

Saturday 19 September (Screening, Discussion)
8-10 pm @Station Marine d’Endoume
With the support of Institut Pythéas


About “WE ARE OCEAN”
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Berlin by the Sea at FUTURIUM, Berlin (photo: René Arnold)

WE ARE OCEAN is an interdisciplinary art project which gathers artists, students, scientists, policymakers, philanthropists, teachers, and curators in order to raise awareness and engage in dialogue about the environmental condition of the ocean and the role humans play in its current and future state. The project events in Berlin and Brandenburg investigated how we interact with the ocean and how interdependent humans and the ocean are. The overall goal was to raise scientific and political awareness through the arts, particularly among young people, to stimulate behavioural change and social action and help them to act responsibly and become conscientious citizens. Ultimately, WE ARE OCEAN seeks to shift the narrative surrounding the ocean – from that of an ocean for human use and exploitation with infinite resources – to an ocean that offers numerous yet precarious benefits to humankind which is its steward and caretaker.

In 2019 we started in Berlin and Brandenburg, in 2020 it is traveling to Kiel (Germany), Marseille (France), Vancouver (Canada), Bremerhaven (Germany), Venice (Italy) with more stops to follow from 2021 to 2030, since we will support the whole UN Ocean Decade.

The different project parts of WE ARE OCEAN and WIR SIND DAS MEER in Brandenburg and Berlin conducted by Lisa Rave and the respective film produced by the artist were funded by Stadt und Land, Stiftung Berliner Sparkasse, Fonds Soziokultur, Deutsche Postcode Lotterie and IASS Potsdam.

The scientific-artistic workshops delivered by the scientist Oscar Schmidt from IASS Potsdam, the artist Lisa Rave and the curators Anne-Marie Melster and Julia Moritz from ARTPORT_making waves were giving an overview on specific topics like fishing, transport and traffic, energy extraction, seabed mining, global climate, interdependence ocean and climate, tourism, garbage). The scientist delivered the scientific knowledge, the curators and the artists created a program of knowledge transfer through interactive and participatory methodologies with the outcome that the participating school students were able to demonstrate what they had learned during the workshops and to express their feelings and solution orientation in the film WE ARE OCEAN created by the artist, but also during the interactive interventions at Marine Regions Forum and in the Futurium Berlin.

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“WE ARE OCEAN” Tiefseetauchgang (deep-sea dive) – Online Workshop

21 August, 4 – 5:30 pm

“WE ARE OCEAN” Tiefseetauchgang (deep-sea dive) / Online-Workshop

Guests:

Antje Boetius (polar and deep-sea researcher, director of the Alfred Wegener Institute) 

Martin Visbeck (Head of the Research Unit: Physical Oceanography, GEOMAR)

Torsten Thiele (economist, founder of the Global Ocean Trust, Institute for Advanced Sustainability Studies IASS Potsdam)

Michelle-Marie Letelier (filmmaker)

Anne-Marie Melster (Executive Director ARTPORT_making waves)

ZOOM link to webinar


About “WE ARE OCEAN”
Berlin by the Sea at FUTURIUM, Berlin (photo: René Arnold)

WE ARE OCEAN is an interdisciplinary art project which gathers artists, students, scientists, policymakers, philanthropists, teachers, and curators in order to raise awareness and engage in dialogue about the environmental condition of the ocean and the role humans play in its current and future state. The project events in Berlin and Brandenburg investigated how we interact with the ocean and how interdependent humans and the ocean are. The overall goal was to raise scientific and political awareness through the arts, particularly among young people, to stimulate behavioural change and social action and help them to act responsibly and become conscientious citizens. Ultimately, WE ARE OCEAN seeks to shift the narrative surrounding the ocean – from that of an ocean for human use and exploitation with infinite resources – to an ocean that offers numerous yet precarious benefits to humankind which is its steward and caretaker.

In 2019 we started in Berlin and Brandenburg, in 2020 it is traveling to Kiel (Germany), Marseille (France), Vancouver (Canada), Bremerhaven (Germany), Venice (Italy) with more stops to follow from 2021 to 2030, since we will support the whole UN Ocean Decade.

The different project parts of WE ARE OCEAN and WIR SIND DAS MEER in Brandenburg and Berlin conducted by Lisa Rave and the respective film produced by the artist were funded by Stadt und Land, Stiftung Berliner Sparkasse, Fonds Soziokultur, Deutsche Postcode Lotterie and IASS Potsdam.

The scientific-artistic workshops delivered by the scientist Oscar Schmidt from IASS Potsdam, the artist Lisa Rave and the curators Anne-Marie Melster and Julia Moritz from ARTPORT_making waves were giving an overview on specific topics like fishing, transport and traffic, energy extraction, seabed mining, global climate, interdependence ocean and climate, tourism, garbage). The scientist delivered the scientific knowledge, the curators and the artists created a program of knowledge transfer through interactive and participatory methodologies with the outcome that the participating school students were able to demonstrate what they had learned during the workshops and to express their feelings and solution orientation in the film WE ARE OCEAN created by the artist, but also during the interactive interventions at Marine Regions Forum and in the Futurium Berlin.

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Artists Supporting Indigenous Communities

  • When
    31 Aug 2020
    15:30 – 17:00
  • Location
    ZOOM – Mountain Time
Registration
  • Member Registration – $10.00
    ecoartspace members will pay $10 per person for this event, which is a fundraiser. In addition, if you would like to donate an additional amount, please go to the ecoartspace donate page here: https://ecoartspace.org/Donate
  • Non-member – $10.00
    Non-members will pay $10 per person for this event. If you would like to contribute more than this amount, please go to the ecoartpace donation page. Any size contribution is welcome. Thank you! https://ecoartspace.org/Donate

REGISTER


Artists Supporting Indigenous Communities

Monday, August 31
2:30pm PT, 3:30am MT, 5:30pm ET

For this special fundraiser event we will learn about the environmental conditions that Indigenous communities are living with in New Mexico and Arizona, and how these impacts correlate with the number of Covid-19 cases and deaths. We will hear from an artist, a poet and Indigenous foods expert, and a Native arts curator on how artists are using Indigenous knowledge to bring healing to Native communities.

chip thomas 

Thomas, aka “jetsonorama” is a photographer, public artist, activist and physician who has been working between Monument Valley and The Grand Canyon on the Navajo nation since 1987. There, he coordinates the Painted Desert Project – a community building project which manifests as a constellation of murals across the Navajo Nation painted by artists from all over the rez + the world. These murals aim to reflect love and appreciation of the rich history shared by the Navajo people back to Navajo people. As a member of the Justseeds Artists Co-operative he appreciates the opportunity to be part of a community of like-minded, socially engaged artists. You can find his large scale photographs pasted on the roadside, on the sides of houses in the northern Arizona desert, on the graphics of the Peoples Climate March, climateprints.org, Justseeds and 350.org carbon emissions campaign material. website

lyla june

Indigenous environmental scientist, community organizer and musician of Diné (Navajo), Tsétsêhéstâhese (Cheyenne) and European lineages from Taos, New Mexico. Lyla June is currently a Candidate for New Mexico House District 47 and has worked with communities both locally and internationally to usher in the socio-ecological solutions we need in this critical time. She is currently doing PhD studies in Indigenous Land Management at University of Alaska, Fairbanks. website

polly nordstrand

Nordstrand (Hopi), is curator of Southwest Art at The Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center at Colorado College. As Associate Curator of Native Art at the Denver Art Museum from 2004 to 2009, she made important acquisitions of contemporary Native art, including works by Jeffrey Gibson, James Luna, Jolene Rickard, Harry Fonseca, and Melanie Yazzie. Recent exhibitions she has curated include solo exhibitions of Nora Naranjo Morse, Melanie Yazzie, Christine Howard Sandoval, Anna Tsouhlarakis, and Baseera Khan. In 2019 she received a curatorial research grant from the Andy Warhol Foundation in support of her project on queer Indigenous artists. She’s a former Research Associate of Native American Art at the Metropolitan Museum of Art and has taught at the University of Denver, University of Colorado, Denver, and Cornell University.

Above: Chip Thomas, Mask: jini, 2020, photo mural, Arizona

$10 per person. Registration fees will be donated to:

Earth Matters on Stage: Ecology, Environment and American Theater

“Every passionate page of this book and each of its illuminating readings of the ecotheatrical American canon that it unearths, critiques, and celebrates, are deeply rooted in Theresa May’s fierce loyalty to—and decades-long leadership of—the American eco-theatre movement….the book’s historical range makes it a rare contribution to the urgent task of reckoning with the culturally embedded, deep-structural causes of the climate crisis. It is hard to imagine a more timely or a more ground-healing work in our field today.” Una Chaudhuri, NYU

Earth Matters on Stage: Ecology, Environment and American Theater, by Theresa May (Routledge 2020) maps how theater in the US has reflected and responded to the nation’s environmental history during the 20th century. Beginning with plays & performances that forwarded the ecological violence of settler colonialism, through the important role of grassroots theater and the arts during the civil rights movements, to the present era of climate justice, the book argues that theater is a crucial tool of democracy, a place to embody the stories of relation that carry us toward a just, compassionate, and sustainable society. Or, as dramatist Monique Mojica said, a place to “spin possible worlds into being.”

The preface and introduction map the rise of environmental and environmental justice perspectives in US/North American theater-making as the critical praxis of ecodramaturgy. Seven chapters examine how theater artists responded at key moments in US environmental history: the close of the frontier, the conservation movement, the depression and dust bowl, the rise of consumer culture, the civil rights movements, the environmental justice movement, and the era of climate change.

Chapter one, “Stories that Kill,” exposes the complicity of theater in forwarding ecological violence of settler colonialism; chapter two, “The Sabine Wilderness,” unpacks the gendered and racist iconography in plays of Progressive conservation era; chapter three, “Dynamos, Dust and Discontent,” analyzes the natural resource plays of the Federal Theatre Project and how they disguised the human causes of the dust bowl; chapter four, “We Know We Belong to the Land,” explores how theater after WWII promoted consumerist thinking coupled with white supremacy and ongoing land-takings through the termination of many indigenous tribes; chapter five, “(Re)Claiming Home,” looks at how theater foreshadowed the environmental justice movement during the 1960s civil rights movements; chapter six, “Stories in the Land/Legacies in the Body,” maps the power of the performer’s body during the rise of environmental justice as a central theme for US dramatists; chapter seven, “Community, Kinship and Climate Change,” explores how dramatists are challenging notions of individuality and exceptionalism through transnational, trans-corporeal stories that ask us to come into relation through the exercise of empathy. The epilogue, “Theater as a Site of Generosity,” takes up Monique Mojica’s charge that theater-makers can “spin possible worlds into being” that forward social justice and ecological healing.

For Review or Desk Copies, contact Routledge editor Laura Hussey laura.hussey@informa.com

Please join the boycott of Amazon, by ordering from your local bookstore; from Powells Books https://www.powells.com/; or from Routledge/Taylor & Francis https://www.routledge.com/Earth-Matters-on-
Stage-Ecology-and-Environment-in-American-Theater/May/p/book/9780367464622

Ebook: https://www.taylorfrancis.com/books/9781003028888

To contact author: Theresa May tmay33@uoregon.edu

Eco-conscious Music Alliance: August Global Action Concert

Eco-Conscious Music Alliance to Host August Concert for its Global Action Concert Series.

On Sunday, August 16th, 2020 at 4-7PM CDT (2-5 PDT / 9-12 GMT) The Eco-Conscious Music Alliance (EMA) will host their monthly livestream concert as part of their Global Action Concert Series.

The livestream will feature musicians from around the world including Clan Dyken, Xerephine, Susie Ro Prater, Aira Winterland, Indrajit Banerjee, and Runes of Neptune playing in distinct, unique styles. The livestream will also feature distinguished guest speakers, lyricist Clare Steffen, and Ben Bowler, Executive Director of UNITY EARTH. Each concert catalyzes community-based sustainability pandemic response, climate action and food supply projects. Through the uplifting power of music, EMA spreads positivity and wellbeing on a global scale

The Eco-Conscious Music Alliance is mobilizing the power of music for the wellness of the people and the planet. A nonprofit based in Austin, Texas, EMA serves as a portal for music lovers and industry professionals to co-create dynamic change-making projects around the world.
For more information about the Eco-conscious Music Alliance and the Global Action Concerts, and to get involved, visit our website https://www.ema.earth/ and our Facebook page.

Tune into the concert on our Facebook page or website August 16th at 4 PM CDT (2 PM PDT / 9 PM GMT)!

Eco-conscious Music Alliance August Global Action Concert August 16th, 2020

4:00-7:00PM CDT / 2:00-5:00PM PDT / 9:00PM-12:00AM GMT

Uniting in Music – Arising in Action!
Livestream Link: https://www.facebook.com/EMAecomusic/posts/167738618179713
Facebook Event: https://www.facebook.com/events/741602183261777
Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/EMAecomusic
Website: https://www.ema.earth/
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/emaecomusic/