Nature, Art and Habitat Residency 2023 | AIR

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Nature, Art and Habitat Residency 2023 | AIR

Nature, Art and Habitat's 2023 Residency | AIR: Commons, Chaotic Fluid, Inspiration

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Helms Design Center 8745 Washington Boulevard Culver City, CA 90232

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On Thursday, December 8th from 6:30 to 8:30 pm, please join us in welcoming Nature, Art and Habitat for their 2023 Residency, “AIR: Commons, Chaotic Fluid, Inspiration”, an evening conversation focusing on the role of air as a connector, imagining future scenarios about what we will be breathing.

The discussion will address pressing questions such as:

  • How can human relationships with air help to stop or slow the climate crisis?
  • What is our awareness of the ecology of air?
  • How does air connect us and highlight issues of global justice?

Head of Ceremony: Deborah Weintraub, AIA, LEED AP

Moderator: Frances Anderton, Design Journalist

Keynote Speaker: Laurie Lipton, Artist

Interlocutor: Richard Molina, Designer


6:30: Arrival and socializing

6:45: Introduction, Welcome and the "5 Ws" of NAHR

6:50: Keynote Address

7:10: Topic Announcement and Workshop on AIR

7:20: Audience Participation Workshop/Charrette

8:05: Presentation and Final Summation Remarks followed by light bites and beverages

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Nature Art and Habitat, an Eco-laboratory of Multidisciplinary Practice, located in Taleggio Valley, Bergamo, Italy and Santa Ynez, California, is a program that aims to unfold and display a sensitive type of culture that relates to nature as a source of inspiration and a measure of available resources.

NAHR is a non-profit organization dedicated to explorations on the environment and creativity, hosting researchers and scholars from all around the world yearly.

Photo Credit: Brian Yulo Ng

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