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Partnerships as a Catalyst for Change

2022

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As part of the Art for Hope initiative, during UNGA77 and Climate Week NYC, ART 2030 brought together speakers from MoMA, Ellen MacArthur Foundation, and Art Into Acres to discuss partnerships in and beyond the art sector for a circular, biodiverse and sustainable future.


About the panel
Against an imminent planetary breakdown, creative spaces offer unique moments where we come to unite, learn from one another, and foster partnerships for action. In this cross-sector panel, we discussed strategies and projects that incorporate collaborations around sustainability and circular economy - whether through research or practice - as a means to inspire hearts and minds for sustainable action today.


Speakers
Carson Chan, MoMA Ambasz Institute
Haley Mellin, Artist / Art into Acres
Michelle Tulac, Ellen MacArthur Foundation
Moderated by Luise Faurschou, ART 2030

Carson Chan, MoMA Ambasz Institute

Carson Chan, Photo by Peter Rose, Courtesy of Carson Chan

Carson Chan


Carson Chan is the inaugural Director of the Emilio Ambasz Institute for the Joint Study of the Built and Natural Environment, and a Curator in the Museum’s Department of Architecture and Design. He develops, leads, and implements the Ambasz Institute’s manifold research initiatives through a range of programs, including exhibitions, public lectures, conferences, seminars, and publications.


Read more about the Emilio Ambasz Institute on MoMA

Haley Mellin, Artist / Art into Acres

Haley Mellin, Courtesy of Haley Mellin

Haley Mellin


Haley Mellin is a painter and land conservationist from San Francisco, California. She founded the Art into Acres nonprofit for permanent large-scale land conservation. The initiative has supported millions of acres of new locally-led conserved areas with a focus on Intact Forest Landscapes, key biodiversity and deep soil carbon protection. She exhibits internationally.


Read more about Haley Mellin's conservation on Art Into Acres

Michelle Tulac, Ellen MacArthur Foundation

Michelle Tulac, Courtesy of Michelle Tulac

Michelle Tulac


Michelle Tulac brings the Ellen MacArthur Foundation's mission to life in North America. She's a systems thinker with a background in life sciences, anthropology, and design. She activates and develops meaningful partnerships, programs and projects that demonstrate circular solutions. She has a particular focus on mobilizing system actors toward ambitious action at the city-scale and is working closely with the City of New York. She also works with influential businesses and pioneering startups to drive circular economy leadership and innovation at scale.


Read more about how a circular economy cuts greenhouse gas emissions on Ellen MacArthur Foundation

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