Art & Environment: Public Speaker Series
In preparation for PCA&D’s national debut in Definitely, Probably, an exhibit focusing on climate change and human intervention in the natural environment, PCA&D presents a two-day program highlighting a series of environmental experts. FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC. The panels of scholars, government officials, and creatives have partnered with us to inspire research on climate and environmental issues with different frameworks steeped in the perspectives of Lancaster and greater Pennsylvania.
Held in the Atrium of PCA&D, 204 N. Prince St., Lancaster.
Jeremy Waak, Chair of Foundation & Assistant Professor, PCA&D
Keeping True to Your Artistic Practice When Applying to Thematic Applications
Dr. Eve Bratman, Assistant Professor of Environmental Studies, Franklin & Marshall College
The Challenges of Sustainable Development: Lessons from the Amazon and from bees
Kate Austin, City of Lancaster, Green Infrastructure Asset Coordinator, Department of Public Works, Stormwater Bureau
Tools for Resilience: Green Infrastructure and the City of Lancaster’s Municipal Climate Action Plan
Dr. Clair Jantz, Director of the Center for Land Use and Sustainability, Shippensburg University
The Ways Art Can Inform Science and Sustainability
John Brakeall, Regional Coordinator, Department of Environmental Protection, Pennsylvania
Environmental Justice at the Department of Environmental Protection
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