Earthly politics require an earthly education, also articulated through reimagined cultural institutions. What does an eco-centered, terrestrial education approach look like in practice? From what and from whom should we learn? What must we unlearn? And how could art education support a reweaving of relations, for us to think with, for and through the more-than-human? Together with educators, artists, curators, and other learners, we will explore possibilities to aligne education with multispecies worlding, and consider how regenerative pedagogies could significantly change cultural institutions in their role and impact. Education, here, is understood politically, and as a fundamental practice of care.
Dr. Cara Courage (head of Tate Exchange)
Ph.D. Kū Kahakalau (indigenous educator, CEO EA Ecoversity, Hilo, Hawaiʻi Island (Occupied Territory))
Marion Louisgrand-Sylla (co-founder of Kër Thiossane, Dakar)
Rosario Talevi and Sarah Bovelett (Floating University, Berlin)
and an activation by Alecia Neo (artist, Singapore)