Join us for CBCA’s second Arts + Environmental Sustainability Forum in 2022, hosted in Basalt, CO. This Forum will explore the intersection of science, creativity, culture and community action to foster awareness and engagement to combat climate change. Creative storytelling and empowerment can shift the narrative about environmental justice and collective imagination to envision and realize a better future.
Featuring speakers from the Roaring Fork Valley and across Colorado, this Forum will be hosted at TACAW (The Arts Campus at Willits), the nation’s first net-zero, all-electric performing arts facility that functions using at or near net-zero energy usage throughout the year.
- Kairos Futura and Aspen Space Station team
- Olga González, Executive Director, Cultivando
- Patrick Mueller, Artistic Director, Control Group Productions
- Beatriz Soto, Protégete Director, Conservation Colorado
- Sarah Uhl, Visual Artist
- 5:00 pm Networking Reception with food and hosted bar (beer, wine and non-alcoholic)
- 5:30 pm Opening Remarks
- 5:50 pm Activity, Performance and Short Film
- 6:30 pm Panel Discussion
- 7:15 pm Closing Remarks
- 7:20 pm Networking Reception continues
- 8:00 pm Conclusion
This event is part of CBCA’s ongoing Arts + Industry Forum Series, which aims to inspire inclusive dialogue and cultivate partnerships to approach society’s significant challenges. Each forum explores the intersection between the arts and a distinct business sector relevant to Colorado’s economy.
If you are interested in booking a hotel room for this event, contact Rachael Henney at firstname.lastname@example.org for information regarding a group rate at Element Basalt – Aspen.
In order to protect your health and the health of our community, CBCA has implemented the following safety protocols, which will be updated periodically in accordance with CDC, state and local recommendations.
CBCA will follow the host venues’ health and safety standards, maintain compliance with local and state mandates, and will encourage masking and social distancing to the extent possible. We appreciate your cooperation to respect and adhere to all COVID safety measures of our host venues and partners. Learn more about TACAW’s safety policies and protocols here. If you have any questions on these policies, please contact CBCA at email@example.com.
Photographs and/or video will be taken at this event. By taking part in this event, you consent to your image/likeness, voice, and/or name being used in photographs and/or film, and any reproductions or adaptations thereafter, by Colorado Business Committee for the Arts (CBCA) for utilization in any and all print and digital media in perpetuity. If you do not wish to be photographed and/or filmed, please contact CBCA at firstname.lastname@example.org.