What are the connections between climate change, culture, and urban development in our neighborhood? Can creative collaborations across sector and in community lead to greater resilience in Northeast Minneapolis?
Join a cross-sector group of artists, environmental researchers, advocates, and urban infrastructure professionals for this half-day creative development workshop, led by Water Bar & Public Studio in partnership with the University of Minnesota's Institute on Environment, the Mississippi Watershed Management Organization, and other partners. Together, we will map the connections between climate and cultural resilience and explore strategies for collaboration.
Free lunch will be provided!
Thank you to the Institute on Environment at the University of Minnesota for a Mini-grant in support of this work, and Mississippi Watershed Management Organization for hosting this workshop!
A half-day workshop exploring collaborations for climate and cultural resilience, led by Water Bar & Public Studio partners. Expect artist-led activities, time outside experiencing our neighborhood, small group discussion, and reflection as a whole. Together, we'll produce a 'map' showing intersections and opportunities for further collaborative work in our various organizations and fields, to address the challenges of climate change while creating benefits for our communities.
Friday, July 21st, 12 - 4:00PM
Mississippi Watershed Management Organization
2522 Marshall Street NE
Minneapolis, MN 55418
We will bring together a diverse cross-sector group of artists and designers, public officials and planners, water resource experts, educators, cultural and community organizers, and activists with connection to Northeast Minneapolis and the Mississippi River Watershed.
Use this link to RSVP for this FREE workshop. Space is limited, we will notify everyone by July 7th if we are able to accommodate you in this first workshop.