Julie Decker: Artists and the cultural response to climate change

2011-04-29 by

At the Classrooms for Climate conference at UAA May 4-7, Julie Decker, chief curator for the Anchorage Museum, will anchor a panel of artists discussing their reactions to climate change. The panel includes Marybeth Holleman, writer; Garrett Burtner, architect; Hal Gage, photographer; Klaus Mayer, architect; and Libby Roderick, musician. Do artists have a catalytic role? What is the narrative they tell?

This panel will take place Friday, May 6 at 9 a.m. in Rasmuson Hall.
The interview with Julie Decker was recorded Wednesday, April 27, 2011.

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For More Information:

Classrooms for Climate, speaker previews
Preview conference highlights through the words of presenters
Classrooms for Climate
Conference homepage
Common Space
homepage for design inquiry; the fall 2011 sessions will focus on landscape, including climate change
Alaska Design Forum
Homepage for this local organization focusing on design and northern living