By creating new alliances between the arts, humanities, and the environmental sciences, the Environmental Arts and Humanities Initiative offers educational, research, and outreach programs that will help humankind make the difficult turn toward a more sustainable life on Earth. Our times present challenges that are unprecedented in their complexity, danger, and scale. At the same time, they present correspondingly important opportunities. Meeting these challenges and opportunities will require new ideas and new forms of intellectual and cultural leadership based on a scientific understanding of Earth’s environmental and ecological systems, and grounded in a deep understanding of the sources of human wisdom and values. Neither the sciences nor the humanities can meet the challenges alone. Together, we have a chance.

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Nov
22
2019

Just Futures Symposium with Keynote by Grace Dillon at Memorial Union Building (MU)

Just Futures: Speculative Arts and Social Change Symposium, a one-day gathering, will examine the ways in which science fiction, fantasy, and horror can influence our...…
Dec
11
2019

Regional Indigenous Art at Majestic Theatre

OSU's Spring Creek Project and the Marys Peak Group of the Sierra Club have partnered to present the third annual Champinefu Lecture Series. The final presenter of the...…
Dec
12
2019

The Nature of Gratitude at The Arts Center

As we move into the bustle of the holiday season, we invite you to pause and give thanks for the things that sustain us throughout the year at the fifth-annual…
Jan
14
2020

An Evening with Elizabeth Rush at Corvallis Public Library Main Meeting Room

Elizabeth Rush's most recent book Rising: Dispatches from the New American Shore was a finalist for this year's Pulitzer Prize in nonfiction. Hailed as "deeply felt" by the...…
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