Re-claim the Future!

April 8, 2013 at 7:21 pm 1 comment

 

Science tells us things; but it is art that can help us take things on board at a deeper level.

It is increasingly clear that our 21st century challenges can no longer be met with 20th century approaches, including how we think about the future. There is a pressing need to broker much wider links between the arts and those working in sustainability to create a new ‘community of practice’. It is only when we join the dots that we can really begin to think differently – and doing this can help us access tools, technologies and techniques that enable us to imagine what it would be like to live and love in a world were we have risen to our global challenges, and transformed our anguish into empowerment..

If people are unable to imagine a positive future, they won’t create it….More here.

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Entry filed under: Art/Crafts, Community, Heart/Soul.

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