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UNM College of Fine Arts partners with 516 ARTS for 'The Potential Project'

Wednesday, 2 September 2015

The University of New Mexico College of Fine Arts is partnering with 516 ARTS to host The Potential Project a talk by guest artist Mel Chin, for “HABITAT: Exploring Climate Change Through the Arts,” a season-long collaboration offering an array of public programs this fall, on Thursday, Sept. 10 at 5:30 p.m. in Keller Hall, Center for the Arts.

Chin’s talk introduces a response to climate change through a model of sustainable economic freedom coming from a people without national status.

“For 40 years Saharawi nomads have lived in refugee camps in their native land under Moroccan occupation, and in Algeria, awaiting a vote for self-determination,” he said. “Forty years ago, Wallace S. Broecker first postulated ‘global warming’ due to human impact. Now this has become an internationally accepted reality. Devastating storms, decreasing polar ice and rising waters now threaten the world in an unprecedented way.

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