Congratulations to Dunedin School of Art lecturer, David Green, on being invited to take part in the What if Climate Change was Purple? art and science initiative.
What if Climate Change was Purple? is an exciting collaborative project by Track Zero: Art Inspiring Climate Action that brings together a diverse group of selected artists & scientists into an environment that allows them to share their knowledge and to research ideas to create powerful new art works that inspire climate action.
Running until May 2021, the project is delivered with support from both Victoria University of Wellington and Professor James Renwick, using part of the money he received as recipient of the Prime Minister’s Science Communication Prize 2018, and the University.
What if Climate Change was Purple? aims to inspire New Zealanders to find imaginative solutions and change behaviour now to help the world limit climate warming to 1.5C degrees. Acting together – we can make a big difference.
Published on 19 Nov 2019
Orderdate: 19 Nov 2019
Expiry: 25 May 2020