The global 17 Sustainable Development Goals embody a vision for a better world.
Achieving these goals requires seeing our most pressing problems through non-traditional lenses, including The Arts.
Should the United Nations adopt The Arts as Goal #18?
Please contact me to share your questions, comments, and suggestions.
- Get your virtual ticket here to an online musical event July 17th 18:30 – 20:30 CET! Play:Fair for People and Planet “aims to inspire, connect and mobilize people all around the world by bringing together musicians, performing artists and local and international activists. We want to reimagine a new world where we address the global challenges of climate injustice and inequality; and ensure a sustainable food system for all. The music industry can lead the way in setting an example in how we can produce big events and take climate and the environment into account to reduce the stress on our planet.
- The Global Festival of Action was held in 2018, 2019 and online in 2020, with free access to the entire virtual library of performances and creative content!
- It’s Time was a 2-day global, virtual climate action festival hosted by Ecologi in November 2020. Access the full program here.
- As part of the 2021 Woodhaven Writer in Residence program, renowned playwright Chantal Bilodeau offered a free community workshop, “Envisioning a Better World Together” July 10 at the Woodhaven Eco Culture Centre in Kelowna, British Columbia. See photos from the event and more information here.
- “These days, it feels like we are going from crisis to crisis and it can be difficult to think past a sense of constant urgency. This workshop will take advantage of the beautiful Woodhaven setting to take a step back, go beyond our frustrations with the world as it is, and start to formulate visions of the world we want,” explains Bilodeau in this article.