Knowing Natures Eco-slam

Welcome to an exhibition with presentations, installations and performances by students of the Environmental Humanities and Sciences Honours Certificate!

Two Macaws sitting in a tree

Image at the courtesy of Foundation Rewilding Argentina - Green-winged Macaw Reintroduction Project and photographer Rosana Glücksberg

About the event

The Oslo School of Environmental Humanities invites you to the Knowing Natures Eco-Slam, where students of the Environmental Humanities and Sciences Honours certificate (EHS) present their final projects, developed during the Knowing Natures course. Come explore the projects as they are presented through performance, image, text, sound and other installations. 

The event is open to all!

Programme:

10:00 - 12:00  Environmental Storytelling - Morning session. The students will present their projects. The presentations begin at 10.

13:00 - 15:00 Environmental Storytelling - Afternoon session. The students will present their projects. The presentations begin at 13. 

15:00 - 17:00  Vernissage. Bring your friends and family to discover and explore the different student projects. You can come and go at your own leisure. 

Welcome!

About the EHS programme:

From climate change and biodiversity loss to bio-accumulating toxins and emerging diseases, we are increasingly faced with challenges that are simultaneously social and environmental in nature. The Honours Certificate in Environmental Humanities and Sciences (EHS) gives Master's students at the University of Oslo a platform to deepend their understanding of the complex relationships between humans and their environments in a rapidly changing world.

Environmental Humanities and Sciences is the first Master Honours Certificate to be offered in Norway with an interdisciplinary focus on environmental topics, based at the Oslo School of Environmental Humanities. It runs in parallel with the students' main Master Programme, over the course of two years. 

Tags: exhibition, anthropocene, Environmental Humanities
Published Nov. 10, 2022 11:01 AM - Last modified Nov. 28, 2022 1:34 PM