How art and arts centres reckon with the climate crisis.
What can live performance do in the face of the defining issue of our time – the climate crisis? Great change needs more than policy and legislation, it requires a fundamental shift in our cultural narratives, making the role of performing arts critical in addressing our relationship with our environment.
Award-winning artist, ecological designer and creative researcher Dr Tanja Beer (Griffith University) in conversation with Austin Wang (Taipei Performing Arts Center) and artist and theatre practitioner Ang Xiao Ting (Practice Tuckshop and The Theatre Practice).
The Association of Asia Pacific Performing Arts Centres (AAPPAC) 2023 conference focused on Global Megatrends – Shaping Culture to 2040, taking as its starting point the 2022 CSIRO report Our Future World which identifies seven global megatrends set to influence the world over the next two decades.
How will these megatrends intersect with arts and culture in the Asia-Pacific region?
Be part of this important conversation, recorded at the Queensland Performing Arts Centre’s (QPAC) Cremorne Theatre, with leading arts professionals, academics, scientists and health practitioners.