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Decolonizing Design, Repair, And Mapping Indigenous Futures | A Conversatoin With Tristan Schultz, Liberal Arts Division, Risd Museum Mar 2019

Decolonizing Design, Repair, And Mapping Indigenous Futures | A Conversatoin With Tristan Schultz, Liberal Arts Division, Risd Museum

Nature-Culture-Sustainability Studies (NCSS) Events

Lecture, March 21, 2019. 6:30 pm, Metcalf Auditorium, Chace Center/RISD Museum. In this discussion, Tristan Schultz will discuss his work with the decolonizing design group. He will also discuss his research on repair and maintenance as radical eco-design strategies and consider the role that indigenous futuring could play in expanding our understanding of sustainable futures.

Tristan Schultz is a Lecturer and Convenor of Visual Communication Design in the Design Futures Program at Griffith University, Tristan is an Australian/Aboriginal interdisciplinary designer, strategist and researcher with a Master of Design Futures (Hons) and PhD Candidate. Recent research has focused ...


The Ocean's Skin | A Talk By Philip Hoare, Liberal Arts Division Jan 2019

The Ocean's Skin | A Talk By Philip Hoare, Liberal Arts Division

Nature-Culture-Sustainability Studies (NCSS) Events

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Lecture, January 18, 2019. 5:00 – 7:00 pm, Metcalf Auditorium, RISD Museum/Chace Center. Philip Hoare, a frequent visitor to Cape Cod, is obsessed with the sea. He swims in it every day - winter and summer. In this talk, drawing on his new book, RISINGTIDEFALLINGSTAR, he looks at the way we humans relate to the sea’s natural history - its whales, its birds, its tides, its myths. From Thoreau to Melville, from Virginia Woolf to Oscar Wilde, from Percy Shelley to Sylvia Plath, he takes up human stories to see how they intertwine with watery mysteries ...


Global Warming And The Sweetness Of Life : A Tar Sands Tale | Matt Hern, Liberal Arts Division, History, Philosophy, + The Social Sciences Department Oct 2018

Global Warming And The Sweetness Of Life : A Tar Sands Tale | Matt Hern, Liberal Arts Division, History, Philosophy, + The Social Sciences Department

Nature-Culture-Sustainability Studies (NCSS) Events

Lecture, October 18, 2018. 6:15 pm, Room 521, College Building. The Liberal Arts division and the department of History, Philosophy + the Social Sciences welcome writer/activist Matt Hern for a talk called Global Warming and the Sweetness of Life: A Tar Sands Tale. Hern is co-author of the recent book Global Warming and the Sweetness of Life (MIT, 2018), which charts multiple trips through the tar sands of northern Alberta and documents the effects of global warming on indigenous communities. Hern and co-creators Am Johal and Joe Sacco offer new forms of thinking about global warming and ecological perils ...


Displacement: People, Culture, And Design Practice | A Presentation And Response To Life Lived In An Age Of Reconfigurations | Tony Fry, Liberal Arts Division Sep 2018

Displacement: People, Culture, And Design Practice | A Presentation And Response To Life Lived In An Age Of Reconfigurations | Tony Fry, Liberal Arts Division

Nature-Culture-Sustainability Studies (NCSS) Events

Lecture, September 5, 2018. 1:30 pm, Room 412 College Building, 2 College Street, Providence, RI 02903. In this talk Tony Fry will discuss the importance of design and the liberal arts. He will go on to suggest ways in which design understood as a form of politics will be central for building sustainable futures in radically changing times.

This event is sponsored by the Division of Liberal Arts graduate programs in Global Arts and Cultures and Nature-Culture-Sustainability Studies.

Tony Fry is one of the world’s leading scholars in the philosophy of design. He is the author of over ...


Cows - Clean Ocean Wave Sculpture, Kim Bernard Dec 2016

Cows - Clean Ocean Wave Sculpture, Kim Bernard

Artist in Residence: Kim Bernard

Description and images from Kim Bernard's University of New England Artist in Residence fall semester 2016 culminating project. Kim worked with UNE students and faculty to gather ocean debris and weave it into a permanent art installment at UNE's Arthur P. Girard Marine Science Center.


Rooted In Soil, Laura Fatemi, Farrah Fatemi, Liam Heneghan Jan 2015

Rooted In Soil, Laura Fatemi, Farrah Fatemi, Liam Heneghan

DePaul Art Museum Publications

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The Land Scouts: Guide Book, Katie D. Ries Oct 2014

The Land Scouts: Guide Book, Katie D. Ries

Faculty Creative and Scholarly Works

The Land Scouts promote modern land stewardship and are open to all. The Guide Book gives an overview of the scouts as well as information on getting started earning badges and hosting a troop.


Climate Of Uncertainty, Laura Fatemi, Liam Heneghan, Randall Honold, Louise Lincoln Jan 2013

Climate Of Uncertainty, Laura Fatemi, Liam Heneghan, Randall Honold, Louise Lincoln

DePaul Art Museum Publications

No abstract provided.