I am very happy because on 19th November in the afternoon I will be talking about singing, the earth and ritual at the Eco-Creativity Conference by the Open University on 19th November. The Eco-Creativity Conference explores the interactions between climate change and cultural change, with particular interest in innovations in art, music and ritual.
You can get your free ticket for the Eco-Creativity conference here.
And you can see more about the conference here.
This Conference aims to explore the variously culturally bound and counter-cultural responses and strategies that have emerged in recent years, both in and outside the contemporary art world. A key concern of the conference is that of closely examining the roles of art, music and ritual in creatively engaging culturally diverse participants and audiences with climate change and the ecological crisis, and thus evaluating their impact on global climate politics.