Conversations about the arts' role in the climate crisis
Discussions on ways to communicate about the climate crisis, ways that may bypass the rational, cognitive sides of ourselves. We talk with Stephan Crawford, Executive Producer of The Climate Music Project, about developing and presenting music and its communicative effectiveness about climate change. Our second interview is with Simone Spicer, a sculptor working just outside of Philadelphia, about her approach to environmental art and her relationship to her work.
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