Sustainability in the Creative and Cultural Industries Symposium
Monday October 4, 2021 – Friday October 8, 2021
Tuesday 5 October
16:00 - 17:00
Keynote with Land Art Generator Initiative
The Land Art Generator Initiative (LAGI) is an international art, design and place-making meets renewables engineering programme> working through international open design competitions and bespoke local projects LAGI has engaged hundreds of teams to develop innovative approaches to energy generating art and design. This event will comprise a lecture by LAGI Directors Elizabeth Monoian and Robert Ferry followed by a discussion chaired by Chris Fremantle (Gray’s School of Art).
Robert Gordon University, Aberdeen (RGU) is committed to delivering the knowledge and skills required to ensure a sustainable future for all. This symposium is free to access and explores sustainability across creative industry disciplines.
As part of RGU’s Creative Conversations for COP26, the Sustainability in the Creative and Cultural Industries symposium addresses issues of sustainability across architecture, art, communications, computing, data, design, events, fashion, hospitality, journalism, marketing, media, product development, and tourism.