Adaptation, Resilience and Nature Day
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Venue: The Studio at Ferens Art Gallery (Carr Lane, Hull, HU1 3RA)
This panel discussion will explore the role of arts and culture in addressing the major issues that face wider society – how can we raise awareness, engage communities, influence behaviour and bring about change?
Hosted by Absolutely Cultured's Chief Executive and Artistic Director Stephen Munn and featuring panelists including Lee Pitcher, Head of Partnerships at Yorkshire Water and General Manager of the Living with Water Partnership; Briony McDonagh, Professor of Environmental Humanities at the University of Hull and Lead for the Risky Cities project; Dr Mark Fletcher, Global Water Leader at ARUP; and Tom Newell & Thomas Buttery from Limbic Cinema, one of the artists presenting work as part of Absolutely Cultured's FloodLights public project, taking place from 22-24 October.
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