“Biophilia: In Excelsis Closing Event: Composing and the Climate Crisis” (Institute for Sacred Music)

Event time: 
Wednesday, May 1, 2024 - 5:30pm
Online via Zoom See map
Event description: 

Yale Institute of Sacred Music’s Religion, Ecology, and Expressive Culture initiative is pleased to present a dialogical webinar to celebrate the closing of the art exhibition, Biophilia: In Excelsis. Reflecting on the role of art, music and religion in addressing the climate crisis, this cross-disciplinary conversation will feature the exhibition curator M. Annenberg, the artist and composer Paul D. Miller aka Dj Spooky, the ClimateMusic Project composer Richard Festinger, and the eco-philosopher Timothy Morton. M. Annenberg will discuss some of the works featured in the exhibition. Paul D. Miller aka Dj Spooky and Richard Festinger will share and discuss climate-themed compositions. Timothy Morton will offer philosophical reflections on art, religion, and climate. Their brief presentations will be followed by dialogue and Q&A.

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