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Seminar: Environment, Food, and Communities: The Role of the Arts in Sustainability

May 18, 2023

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An event every day that begins at 12:00 am, repeating until May 18, 2023



Online Activity

Why is it important to talk about the environment and sustainability in community spaces?

In the seminar, we will discuss the relationship between the environment, sustainability, and art, as well as the role that the arts play in sustainability. These conversations will take place from the perspective of educators, facilitators, and artists who work in different disciplines and have used their artistic and pedagogical tools to create spaces for learning, reflection, and action, promoting a more balanced, reciprocal, and responsible relationship with Mother Earth.

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Who is this for?
Community-engaged artists, educators, facilitators, community educators, arts educators, professors, students, interested public.
20 to 30 minute pre-recorded videos which are made available to registered participants.
Participants will have access to the seminar through MUSE Arts’ educational platform, where they can listen to the recordings at their convenience and interact with other participants via an online community forum.
Certificate provided by MUSE Arts upon completion.


May 18, 2023


MUSE Arts Creative Lab at Earlscourt Park (1369B St. Clair Ave West)
1369B St. Clair Ave West
Toronto, Ontario Canada
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