“For tens and thousands of years they have understood how to create harmonious systems of relationships between people, animals, land, and water.” - Dr. Dori Tunstall
A continuation of the exploration In Good Taste, which seeks to answer the question: What does it mean to have truly good taste in the modern world? This intimate conversation will look to the perspectives of cultural knowledge keepers, who bring with them an understanding of how a sense of place and personal history should inform our choices.
The unique art of archiving, and thus curating the past, has distinct implications for our future. Learn from the curators in this virtual roundtable.
Throughout the past week, we muted ourselves with the goal of pausing, learning, and listening. We have gathered a living list of resources from our friends in the academic community, our associates, and our partners, and hope that it is helpful to you as well.
According to the Ellen MacArthur Foundation, the Circular Economy is a framework to achieve environmental and economic goals at the same time.