Art and science are coming together at the Broto Conference in Provincetown, MA this weekend, May 17-18. Known for brainstorming ideas and fostering collaborations across these seeming divergent fields of study, the focus of this year’s conference is climate change.
Named after the Portuguese word for “sprout”, this two-day event will include speakers, panels, and even a comedy show. I am thrilled to be part of the “Globalizing Art and Science” panel, where we will be discussing how art can help to scale up the global conversation on climate change.
For more information on the event, including a full list of speakers, please visit the Broto website.