This panel discussion focuses on how we can continue to collaborate internationally whilst creating sustainable practices as part of our Refuge series.
Join our panel for a conversation focussing on internationalism in the context of the climate crisis. In this discussion chaired by Professor Liz Grant, Director of the Global Health Academy at the University of Edinburgh, we ask artists to share their perspectives on how we can re-evaluate our relationship with the environment and better understand our place in the world. Panellists include writer Tariq Jordan, artist, curator and writer Aidan Moesby and choreographer Jasmin Sheppard.
As part of Refuge, artists, practitioners, academics and community leaders from across the globe come together in conversation, offering their perspectives on themes of internationalism, migration, displacement, inclusion and climate justice.
The Refuge series is supported by British Council, Edinburgh Futures Institute at the University of Edinburgh and Claire and Mark Urquhart
Made possible through the PLACE programme
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Professor Liz Grant, University of Edinburgh –Chair
Please note that Katina Olsen is unwell and has unfortunately had to withdraw from this event.
Our digital programme offers audiences the opportunity to discover artists from this year's International Festival at home for free.
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