Art and Science Talk Arts + Climate Innovation: Dry Waters

Dry Waters Photo: Unsplash

Fri, 22.02.2019


150 Cuba St (entrance on Garrett St, level 6)

Art and Science Talk

With panel:
Isabel Aguirre – Curator No Boundaries e.V.
Dr. Sam Trubridge – Artist and Director of Performance Arcade
Dr. Craig Stevens – Expert Marine Scientist (NIWA)
Sarah Meads – Founder of Track Zero
Daniel ‘El Congo’ Allen – Musician, Composer and Curator (Dry Waters)
Maraea Rakuraku – Writer and Performer (Dry Waters)

Learn the very latest climate science. Be inspired by cross-cultural art in response to climate change and oceans. Hear from New Zealand and international artists who have come together to co-create the new project ‘Dry Waters’. Join the conversation. Explore how the arts can inspire climate action – the biggest cultural challenge of our time.
The final result of the collaborative project Dry Waters, can be viewed at the Performance Arcade 2019, Wellington Waterfront, Sunday 24th February, 6pm.

This cross-cultural initiative is a co-operation between the Goethe-Institut New Zealand and No Boundaries e.V. in Berlin/Germany with support from Creative New Zealand, Wellington City Council and St Johns Bar & Eatery.

Free public talk hosted by the Goethe-Institut in partnership with Track Zero.