Session Converging Science, Art, and Indigenous Knowledge Systems for Understanding Change and Sustainability in the Arctic at ASSW 2022, Tromso, Norway

Apr 5, 2022 | News

ArtSLInK team members organised a session Converging Science, Art, and Indigenous Knowledge Systems for Understanding Change and Sustainability in the Arctic at the Arctic Science Summit Week (March 28, 2022) held in Tromso, Norway. The session gathered representatives of natural sciences, social sciences, humanities, local and Indigenous communities for exploring creative possibilities of art, science, local and Indigenous knowledge, possible future collaboration, and effective ways to represent co-created understandings of Arctic sustainability for the wider audience.

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