Regeneration: A Virtual Series

RSVP HERE for Regeneration with Shey Rivera Ríos on January 28 at 12 PM ET.

Join us on Thursday, January 28 at 12 PM ET for the fourth Regeneration session with Shey Rivera Ríos, an interdisciplinary artist, cultural strategist, and arts administrator working at the intersection of creative practice, urban planning, and racial equity in their community and beyond.

Moderated by the Nature Lab’s Operations and Engagement Coordinator, Dora Mugerwa, this conversation will explore the following questions: How do we ensure and maintain a sense of belonging within the connective worlds of art/design, nature, and culture? What can creative practices and visual work teach us about environmental justice and regenerating through community?

This session is co-sponsored by RISD's Center for Social Equity & Inclusion

Questions? Email Dora at dmuger01@risd.edu

Learn more about the Regeneration series here

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Providence, Rhode Island — 02903

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Regeneration with Billy Almon

Join us on Thursday, October 22 at 12 PM ET for the kickoff session of the Regeneration series with Billy Almon, an Astrobiofuturist exploring biology-inspired solutions to improve the human condition.

Moderated by Dora Mugerwa, this conversation will tackle the overall question: How can can biology, through biomimicry, create restorative futures built on understandings of historical and socioeconomic challenges?

October 22
12:00 pm - 1:15 pm

Regeneration with Esme Murdock

Join us on Thursday, November 19 at 12 PM ET for the second session with Esme Murdock, a philosopher focused on African American, Afrodiasporic, and Indigenous philosophies and environmental ethics.

Moderated by the Nature Lab’s Operations and Engagement Coordinator, Dora Mugerwa, this conversation will address several questions, including: How does the history of ecological citizenship and the assimilating notion behind citizenship impact who participates in the environmental movement?
November 19
12:00 pm - 1:15 pm

Regeneration with Karen Washington

Join us on Thursday, December 17 at 12 PM ET for the third session with Karen Washington, a farmer and community activist.

Moderated by the Nature Lab’s Operations and Engagement Coordinator, Dora Mugerwa, this session will discuss how growing food has the power to heal and regenerate communities.
December 17
12:00 pm - 1:15 pm

Regeneration with Shey Rivera

Join us on Thursday, January 28 at 12 PM ET for the fourth virtual session with Shey Rivera, an interdisciplinary artist, cultural strategist, and arts administrator.


Moderated by the Nature Lab’s Operations and Engagement Coordinator, Dora Mugerwa, this conversation will discuss how to maintain a sense of belonging within the connective worlds of art/design, nature, and culture, and how to regenerate through this lens.

RSVP HERE for Regeneration with Shey Rivera.

January 28
12:00 pm - 1:15 pm
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