Communicating Climate Change
This early evening networking event will coincide with the launch of AIR PRESSURE - a week long exhibition of creative works to include presentations, interventions and performances that explore the communication of climate change.
The event is aimed at inspiring, sharing and driving expertise in the communication of messages around climate change – both mitigation and adaptation - and will focus on AIR PRESSURE’s 21 exhibits of visual, conceptual, film-based and performative art.
Composer and sound artist Dr Holger Zschenderlein from the University of Brighton will discuss opportunities for art and science collaborations across disciplines.
If you would like to attend please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org by Friday 5th April.
If you require any assistance in order to attend this event (such as an induction loop, disabled parking space, special hand outs etc) please do let us know.
Running from 15-19 March, Air Pressure is a week of activity responding to and communicating changing climate. It will feature events led by Exeter and Falmouth Universities, and an international exhibition featuring work from Cornwall to Canada.
For further info please visit: http://air.falmouth.ac.uk/research-projects/air-pressure