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Long-term thinking in Uncertain Times

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Join us for an evening of conversation of the creative process, collaboration, and long-term impact in the face of the climate crisis.

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Join the Human Impacts Institute and artist Sarah Cameron Sunde, creator of 36.5 / A Durational Performance with the Sea, co-founder of Works on Water, for a process-based conversation with her current collaborators as they work to build the final work in her 36.5 series in Lenapehoking - New York City.

This salon will dive deep into questions, such as: How do we deepen the work when the pandemic throws us a hard-ball?  How do we go into the unknown and trust in a slow process? How do we work hyper-locally with a global perspective? 

A conversation that will inspire artists and viewers alike, Invited guests include; Tecumseh Ceaser, Una Chaudhuri, Audrey Dimola, and Simone Johnson

This event is a part of the Human Impacts Institute's 2020 Creative Climate Awards, a month-long festival of art and ideas that connect us to climate action for a just and livable world. Thanks to Invoking the Pause and TECO for their support of this year's CCAs.

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