resources:

On this page you will find useful resources for these who wish to be more informed about environmental and social sustainability in the arts.

Here we share information about our public programme which includes talks, workshops, conferences, and other public events.

 We also publish relevant research and articles on topics related to our ongoing investigations.

If you want to read more, we expand some of these views on our Substack account here.

resources:

On this page you will find useful resources for these who wish to be more informed about environmental and social sustainability in the arts.

Here we share information about our public programme which includes talks, workshops, conferences, and other public events.

 We also publish relevant research and articles on topics related to our ongoing investigations.

If you want to read more, we expand some of these views on our Substack account here.

research:

We are currently working on the development of several tools to help artists and art professionals lower the impact of their practice on the environment.

 PART 1 — Survey: How sustainable is your studio practice?

 To develop the best tools, we conducted an online survey in order to:

— Better understand the motivations and barriers artists may face when seeking to reduce the environmental impact of their studio practice,

— Gather tips, suggestions and comments from artists based on their personal experience in making their studio practice greener.

research:

We are currently working on the development of several tools to help artists and art professionals lower the impact of their practice on the environment.

 PART 1 — Survey: How sustainable is your studio practice?

 To develop the best tools, we conducted an online survey in order to:

— Better understand the motivations and barriers artists may face when seeking to reduce the environmental impact of their studio practice,

— Gather tips, suggestions and comments from artists based on their personal experience in making their studio practice greener.

online event:

Artists, curators, and other art practitioners are invited to exchange on environmentally sustainable artist studio practices.

 PART 2 — Talk and discussion: environmentally sustainable artist studio practices

 Join us for an online talk and discussion event about sustainable artist studio practices. We will discuss how far artists have come in adopting sustainable working methods and the challenges they face in doing so. This event will feature conversations between curators and artists who seek to reduce the environmental impact of their practice. We will present the results of the online survey ‘How sustainable is your studio practice’, which will be free to download.

Online event:

Environmentally sustainable artists studio practices

27 September 2021

6pm-7.30pm (WET)

online event:

Artists, curators, and other art practitioners are invited to exchange on environmentally sustainable artist studio practices.

 PART 2 — Talk and discussion: environmentally sustainable artist studio practices

 Join us for an online talk and discussion event about sustainable artist studio practices. We will discuss how far artists have come in adopting sustainable working methods and the challenges they face in doing so. This event will feature conversations between curators and artists who seek to reduce the environmental impact of their practice. We will present the results of the online survey ‘How sustainable is your studio practice’, which will be free to download.

Online event:

Environmentally sustainable artists studio practices

27 September 2021

6pm-7.30pm (WET)

workshops:

We are regularly running workshops and online courses to help curators and exhibition makers reduce the environmental impact of contemporary art exhibitions.

Curating an ecologically sensitive exhibition is an online short course that provides the tools to become a responsible practitioner of curation and to curate contemporary art exhibitions with environmental impact awareness. The focus of the course is 
to challenge the conditions in which contemporary art operates in regards to the environmental crisis.

At the end of the course, participants will be able to understand the environmental challenges associated with exhibition making, they will know how to measure these impacts and how to reduce them. Participants will be equipped with the knowledge of how to plan, organise and deliver environmentally sustainable art exhibitions.

Email us at info@villavilla.co if you are interested in this course or want to know more.

Previous workshop:

An environmental approach to curating

9, 10 and 11 August 2021

Gerador

workshops:

We are regularly running workshops and online courses to help curators and exhibition makers reduce the environmental impact of contemporary art exhibitions.

Curating an ecologically sensitive exhibition is an online short course that provides the tools to become a responsible practitioner of curation and to curate contemporary art exhibitions with environmental impact awareness. The focus of the course is 
to challenge the conditions in which contemporary art operates in regards to the environmental crisis.

At the end of the course, participants will be able to understand the environmental challenges associated with exhibition making, they will know how to measure these impacts and how to reduce them. Participants will be equipped with the knowledge of how to plan, organise and deliver environmentally sustainable art exhibitions.

Email us at info@villavilla.co if you are interested in this course or want to know more.

Previous workshop:

An environmental approach to curating

9, 10 and 11 August 2021

Gerador

resources

Ecological Self: central dossier

We wrote a dossier for Umbigo Magazine on ecological issues and post-humanist questions to discuss the interdependence of climate, social and cultural injustices.

Circularity as a design model: conference

We talked about temporary art exhibitions following circularity as a design model as part of an ongoing series of webinars hosted by Metis (in French).

resources

Ecological Self: central dossier

We wrote a dossier for Umbigo Magazine on ecological issues and post-humanist questions to discuss the interdependence of climate, social and cultural injustices.

Circularity as a design model: conference

We talked about temporary art exhibitions following circularity as a design model as part of an ongoing series of webinars hosted by Metis (in French).

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