COURSE - Inventing Eco-Futures (session 1 of 12)

Date: 
September 17, 2013
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Back in the mid-1990s, Christopher Zelov co-created the groundbreaking film "Ecological Design: Inventing the Future". The film went on to win 7 film awards and influenced the mainstreaming of the global sustainability movement.
This 12-session class will be a learning journey through Zelov’s influential work over the past 20 years, including insights into his multiple film and book projects in collaboration with some of the most famous names in the sustainability movement. Students will come away with an understanding of how the sustainability movement of today developed and how they can participate in the reshaping of the systems and structures which define our world into a more sustainable future.
Christopher Zelov is a graduate of the Wharton School with a degree in Entrepreneurship and Education, studied Film and Telecommunications at New York University, and spent three years atending the San Francisco Institute of Architecture. His films and books include "Ecological Design: Inventing the Future", "City21" (with Phil Cousineau and Dr. William J. Cohen), "Design Outlaws on the Ecological Frontier" (with Phil Cousineau and Brian Danitz), and "Some Songs to the Stars" (with Ian McHarg).
Twelve Tuesday evenings, September 17 - December 17, 20136 to 7:30 p.m.
Full Series: $250 General Public, $200 AIA MembersIndividual Classes: $25 General Public, $20 AIA MembersRegister Here: http://www.cvent.com/d/s4q7p9
SCHEDULE:September 17 - Overview of Ecological Design DynamicsSeptember 24 - Design Outlaws on the Ecological FrontierOctober 01 - Design Science RevolutionOctober 08 - Regenerative Design ExemplarsOctober 15 - Eco-City Design/The City 21 FilmOctober 22 - Creating Eco-Villages/City21 FilmNovember 05 - The Mytho-Allegorical Perspective with David MayernikNovember 12 - New Concepts in Cine-Architecture -The Imaginarium for the Regenerative City -The L’Enfant Memory Theater PassageNovember 26 - The Long Now Perspective with Stewart BrandDecember 03 - The Utopian World of the Open City ProjectDecember 10 - Gaviotas with Paolo LugariDecember 17 - Birthing of Cinematic-Architecture -The New Collective Dream

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