The ClimateMusic Project and Kinetech Arts, in association with FXPAL, announce their creative partnership to leverage the emotional power of music and art, guided by science, to tell the story of climate change. Their first collaboration is based on the original musical composition, “Climate,” by the ClimateMusic Project’s Erik Ian Walker and will debut April 28, 2017 at the NOHspace in San Francisco on the same weekend as the People’s Climate March. Long-term, the collaboration will deliver music and dance performances accompanied by visual features designed to educate diverse audiences about the urgency of action on climate change and to inspire public engagement. Live performances will include the video and design of Tony Dunnigan, interactive technology by Weidong Yang and choreography and dance by Daiane Lopes da Sliva. Don't just read about climate change--hear it and feel it!
“Climate” -- guided by the best available and widely recognized scientific data -- tells the story of climate change over five centuries (1800 – 2300 AD) to highlight humanity’s effect on the planet and the projected future impacts with and without global intervention to reduce carbon emissions.
Two performance times on April 28th:
6:30 p.m. (doors open at 6:00 p.m.)
8:15 p.m. (doors open at 8:00 p.m.)
Join The ClimateMusic Project and Kinetech Arts for a powerful evening of climate-science inspired music and dance!