EGU2015 EOS7 Earth Sciences and Art session program

We are pleased to inform that program of the EGU 2015 conference is now online in the Conference Website.

Here we report the program of the EOS7 Session
The use of Art in Earth education for a better planet sustainability

Conveners: Tiziana Lanza, Giuliana Rubbia and Aquiles Negrete Yankelevich

Friday, 17 Apr 2015
Room: R12
Chairperson: T. Lanza and G. Rubbia
Introduction

10:30–10:45

EOS ART: Six Artistic Projects Inspired by Earth Science
Isaac Kerlow

10:45–11:00
Communicating meteorology through popular music
Sally Brown, Karen Aplin, Katie Jenkins, Sarah Mander, Claire Walsh, and Paul Williams

11:00–11:15
Making the invisible visible – blending data with film, CGI and intuitive apps in environmental education and public engagement
Ravi Kapur

11:15–11:30
My Space- a collaboration between Arts & Science to create a suite of informal interactive public engagement initiatives.
Dr. Niamh Shaw, Clair McSweeney, Dr. Niall Smith, Stephanie O’Neill, Cathy Foley, Joanna Crawley, Ronan Phelan, Dan Colley, Clare Henderson, and Lorraine Conroy

11:30–11:45
Mount Etna, heart of the Mediterranean, in science, narrative, and images
Boris Behncke, Domenico Patanè, Turco Mirella, Caggegi Turi, Aliotta Marco, Amantia Alfio, Cantarero Massimo, and Ciancitto Francesco

11:45–12:00
THE USE OF NARRATIVES IN SCIENCE COMMUNICATION: An example of the use of comic strips (narratives) in communicating scientific information about sustainable development.
Aquiles Negrete

Brief introduction to posters.

Attendance Time: Friday, 17 Apr, 15:30–17:00
Posters
Chairperson: A. Negrete

– Creative Conservation Communication
Jason Houston

– Walking The Solar System
John Reid

– new scientist – singing in the name of climate change
Marcel Peragine

– Seismic Symphonies
Elisa Strinna and Graziano Ferrari

– Boundary|Time|Surface: Art and Geology Meet in Gros Morne National Park, NL, Canada
Sydney Lancaster and John Waldron

– From Churches to Pavements: Urban Geology and Paleontology in Algarve
Luis Azevedo Rodrigues

– The Earth Education by the traces of cartoons and comics: a vision of what was published in newspapers, available online, on five continents
carlos teixeira, gallo paulo, and maria inês nogueira

– Serious games for Geophysics
Valerio Lombardo and Giuliana Rubbia

– Interdisciplinary class on the asymmetric seasonal march from autumn to the next spring around Japan at Okayama University (Joint activity with art and music expressions on the seasonal feeling)
Kuranoshin Kato, Haruko Kato, Rikako Akagi, and Yuichi Haga

– Active volcanoes observed through Art: the contribution offered by the social networks
Marco Neri and Emilia Neri

– The fantastic four.. elements
Antonella Marsili, Giuliana D’Addezio, Giuliana Rubbia, Caterina Ramieri, Riccardo Todaro, Francesca Scipilliti, and Eleonora Tosto

– The role-playing: the art to catch the eye
Massimo Crescimbene, Federica La Longa, and Tiziana Lanza

– An experience of science theatre: Earth Science for children
Gemma Musacchio, Tiziana Lanza, and Giuliana D’Addezio

for details please check the website of the conference

Looking forward to welcoming you in Vienna

The Conveners of the EGU 2015 – EOS7 Session

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