Visualizing, deepening and broadening connections between art, science and society in various artistic formats: That was SAVE THE WORLD 2019. In cooperation with our partner institutions we initiated exciting projects and participated in various events.
What an honour! Our latest climate song I NEED AIR was selected from 2000 applications by an international jury to be part of the closing event of the Global Festival of Action. The Global Festival of Action (link to the Global Festival) is all about the 17 goals for sustainable development. People from all over the world meet once a year in May in Bonn to present their current projects, to exchange ideas and to further the implementation of the SDGs.
Last year, Nicola Bramkamp and Lisa Jopt launched the 1st conference of theatremakers "Burning Issues", which stirred up the theatre business. How can the theatre world be made more gender-equitable and diverse? What are the next steps? With keynotes, panels, performative sessions, workshops and networking events, the makers of Burning Issues and the festival Theatertreffen (verlinken) spent three intensive days together researching strategies for a fairer and more diverse theatre world.
For the 10th Cultural Policy Congress in Berlin, Nicola Bramkamp, artistic director of SAVE THE WORLD, conceived an exciting round of talks. She was actively supported by robot INA, a charming employee of the Fraunhofer Innovations Laboratory.
Artistic approaches for communicating the SDGs via Art On invitation of the German Development Institute (DIE) Conveying complex contents with art: At a lecture performance at the beginning of a three-day workshop of the MGG Academy (Managing Global Governance), the artistic directors of SAVE THE WORLD introduced listeners to the potential of art to communicate complex contents. The central issue of the lecture performance: "How can we communicate the SDGs via art? - The artistic mediation of the 17 UN goals for sustainable development (SDG).