Global Warming: Artists on Climate Change

Organization Brooklyn Academy of Music
Hours Saturday: 05:00pm -

$10; $5 for Friends of BAM

Address 30 Lafayette Avenue, Brooklyn, New York, United States
Phone (718) 636-4100
Start December 5, 2009
End December 5, 2009
Closed Sunday - Friday

In conjunction with Terra Nova: Sinfonia Antarctica, composer/writer DJ Spooky’s sound and visual exploration of the Antarctic, Global Warning: Artists on Climate Change brings together three artists for a conversation about the climate crisis and its emergence as a theme in the arts. DJ Spooky joins ecological designer/architect Mitchell Joachim, selected by Rolling Stone as one of "The 100 People Who Are Changing America;" and MacArthur Award recipient Julie Mehretu, known for her “singular and poetic” (The New York Times) map-like paintings that challenge traditional notions of geography and space, for an engaging discussion moderated by NPR and BBC contributor Tania Ketenjian. 

Hillman Attic Studio

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