Monday, October 18, 2010

This Week in Themester

FILM SCREENING and DISCUSSION: The 11th Hour (documentary, Warner independent Pictures, 2007). Film followed by a discussion panel of local experts, shaped around issues of natural solutions, human thinking, consumerism, and ecoliteracy.
COLL-T 200 LECTURE: Setting the Sustainable Table (Christine Barbour, Department of Political Science)
PANEL DISCUSSION: The Times They Are A-Changin': Preservation of and Access to the Digital Output of Researchers
FILM SCREENING and DISCUSSION: Food, Inc. (2008, 94 min).
PUBLIC LECTURE: Fuels from Sunlight, Water and Carbon Dioxide: A Thermochemical Approach, (Sossina M. Haile, Caltech). Followed by a reception.
COLL-T 200 LECTURE: Sustainable Tourism – Another Balancing Act (Charles Chancellor, School of Health, Physical Education, and Recreation)
PUBLIC LECTURE: An Evening with Visionaries: Energy, Design, and the Future of Indianapolis, lecture and discussion with architect Bob Berkebile and David Orr, professor of environmental studies at Oberlin College
PUBLIC LECTURE: Resource Wars in the American Artic: Photographs by Subhankar Banerjee. (Subhankar Banerjee, photographer and activist)
OPENING RECEPTION: Exhibitions: Subhankar Banerjee's Resource Wars in the American Arctic and Leah Gauthier's Tending a Difficult Hope
PERFORMANCE: Passion Pit $
The Bloomington Playwrights Project presents eight short plays about keeping our world green.
~ A Bloomington community event, $ ~
COLLABORATIVE ART PROJECT: Dreams for a Sustainable Future
EXHIBITION: Exhibition: African Reinventions: Reused Materials in Popular Culture
Sustainability-themed  tours at the IU Art Museum. 

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