Growing the Arts & Green Community!
The DC Environmental Network Invites All Metro-Based Environmentalists and Artists to Our Monthly Brown-Bag Discussion & Networking Opportunity:
The arts can play a joyful vital role in helping us toward sustainable lives. Come dialogue with other activists and share your ideas for an environmental arts festival in the District.
- Robert Bettmann, Artistic Director, Bettmann Dances
- Chris Weiss, Executive Director, DC Environmental Network
- Additional Invited Panelist's from the Arts Community
On March 7th at Noon, join Robert Bettmann, Artistic Director of Bettmann Dances, and Chris Weiss, Executive Director of the DC Environmental Network to talk about the arts and activism and creation of a space for exploring environmental art in DC. This DCEN Brown-Bag will take place at the offices of the DC Environmental Network, 1100 15th Street NW, 11th Floor.
Let's come up with new and innovative ways to inspire more people and save the planet. RSVP Below!
Bettmann is the author of the book Somatic Ecology, which investigates how activists and dancers use the body to become more humanly attached to the world. Bill McKibben wrote about Somatic Ecology, “in this intriguing text, movement takes a (literal) turn towards engagement with the grounded earth.” Bettmann graduated from Oberlin College with a BA in Environmental Studies, and is active in arts advocacy and arts activism in his role as board chair for the DC Advocates for the Arts.
Let's grow our green network and incorporate new communication's tools to help us live meaningful, natural lives. RSVP Below!
All are welcome!
Event LocationOffices of DCEN/Global Green USA
1100 15th Street NW, 11th Floor
Washington, DC 20005
Near Farragut North and McPherson Square Metro stops.
The registration deadline for this event has passed.