Norwich University of the Arts
Tuesday, March 5, 2024
06:00 PM
Duke Street Riverside, Norwich, NR3 3FF
East England

We have a range of awesome speakers and artists lined up to share their work with you.

We are excited to hear from our speaker John Kenneth Paranada, the first Curator of Art and Climate Change, who will be discussing his work at the Sainsbury Centre and further afield; his curatorial process; and the ethical goals of climate-informed exhibitions. We will also meet Arieh Frosh, an interdisciplinary artist and East Gallery Fellow at Norwich University of the Arts, who is exploring how technology, ecological and interspecies thinking can produce fiction that questions local contemporary conditions. Andrew Farrell, Programme Manager at The Broads Authority and Senior Research Fellow at Norwich Uni, will also join us to discuss sources of data for arts projects.

This event builds on the Living in Changing Landscapes project that we’re working on with Norwich University of the Arts, Broads Authority and Anglia Ruskin University, and we will be sharing some of the learning from the work so far.

This is going to be an unmissable event for artists working in this area and will be ideal to meet like minded creatives, academics and creative technologists from the Norwich area. Plus, there will be opportunities to interact with artworks on display and make new connections.

Tickets £6 Book: