Luci nel Parco

DEFEATING HUNGER

October 28, 2020 19:00

PARC Performing Arts Research Centre Firenze | IT


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The event will take place in compliance with the measures for the containment of Covid-19.


Luci nel Parco is a series of events, curated by Lorenzo Ci and Susannah Iheme for the Centro di Creazione e Cultura, aimed at creating a space for discussion on the theme of environmental sustainability.
The four evenings, every time with an eco-aperitif, that make up the project will host experts and artists who will dialogue on specific issues related to the objectives of sustainable development carried out in Italy by ASviS – Alleanza Italiana per lo Sviluppo Sostenibile.
A 20/30 minute talk will be followed by an action curated by performative and visual artists linked to sustainability issues.

The last event, DEFEATING HUNGER (Sustainable Development Goal 2 – No poverty), involves Simone Orlandini, president of Fondazione Clima e Sostenibilità, and the artist Olga Pavlenko.

 

The other events of Luci nel Parco:

January 13, from 19:00 – Life on earth (Sustainable Development Goal 15 – Life on land)
with Pietro Gaglianò, contemporary art critic, and the artists Tiziana Pers and Isabella Pers

February 13, from 19:00 – Life in the oceans (Sustainable Development Goal 14 – Life below water)
with Stefano Dominici, curator of the Geology and Paleontology Section of the Natural History Museum of the Florence University, the dancer and performer Susannah Iheme and the musician Andrea Lovo

October 14, from 19:00 – Peace, social justice, education (Sustainable Development Goal 16 and Sustainable Development Goal 4)
with Giovanni Scotto, professor of Sociology of cultural processes at the Florence University, and the young performers of the Generation Europe international project on active citizenship

 

The evenings are introduced by Italian Climate Network with a brief illustration of the specific SDGs.
The discussion with the public is moderated by Edera Rivista.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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