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Green Strategies for the Art Field

The Wanås Foundation, in collaboration with Kristianstad konsthall, will present the international seminar 'Green Strategies for the Art Field' on 13 April 2011.

In a statement, the foundation said that the aim of the seminar is “to provide a unique discussion and hands-on advice on how museums, art galleries, artists, and others working in the cultural field can find environmentally sustainable methods of working.”

“The day will contain lectures and panel discussions with international experts in core areas such as museum administration, exhibition pro­duction, architecture, conservation, food, public programming, and more. The goal is to create a vital dialogue about the problems, challenges, and possibilities that we are facing.”

The seminar is a continuation of the international seminar that took place at Wanås in 2009, which addressed art, ecology, and what contributes the most to environmental progress: individual efforts or collective system changes.

For more information on the Speakers and the Programme visit the Wanas website.