“Choose Your Own Eco-Adventure” – create your own customized schedule from select films and speakers, for Middle School and High School
ART EXHIBIT: CLIMATE CHANGE
Three half-hour tours to choose from:
50 people maximum capacity for each time slot
To sign up for the Artworks tour, please email: [email protected]
As a special part of EYF this year, and in partnership with Artworks Downtown, we invite teachers to sign up for a docent lead tour of these special artworks juried by April Minnich-Bucksbaum of the Baum Foundation.
This group exhibition aims to inspire stewardship of the planet by showcasing artists’ visions of adaptation and responses to the changing environment.
Climate Change extends beyond the main exhibition to include over four support exhibitions, presentations by government agencies for climate change adaptation, participation from local schools in collaboration from the California Film Institute.
ArtWorks Downtown is located just two short blocks from the Rafael.
PANEL: ENVIRONMENTAL JUSTICE
10:20 – 11:35 am
Panelists: Goldman Prize chronicler Will Parrinello of The Mill Valley Film Group; Ryan Camero, 2015 Brower Youth Award Winner and part of Restore the Delta organization; Ryan Jensen, from Community Water Center in Tulare County; Andres Soto, Community for a Better Environment and members of Conservation Corps North Bay. Moderator: Jodie NewDelman, Psy.D.
The panel is preceded by short films on Goldman Prize winners — fighters for environmental justice. (65 min)
EYF – DAY TWO