What can we learn about human consumption and our effects on the planet by focusing on one simple natural resource? As the space transforms into an arena, a wide range of voices will gather to share, question and learn from each other, in the Greek tradition of dialogue and exchange.
**Update: Today’s schedule has been significantly expanded, come for the parts that interest you!
Featured Participants & Schedule:
Read What You Want! – Reading club and performative art group led by GeoVanna Gonzalez and Martin Jackson
Rob Goyanes, writer and curator of music and performance
Vince Beiser, Journalist and writer of the recently published The World in a Grain: The Story of Sand and How It Transformed Civilization.
Roundtable Discussion, led by Misael Soto, with: Vince Beiser, Houston Cypress, Felice Grodin, Benji Power, Stephanie Wakefield, and Betsy Wheaton
Houston Cypress, Miccosukee artist, activist, and ordained minister
Felice Grodin, Artist and architect
Stephanie Wakefield, Urban Geographer currently Research Fellow at Florida International University and author of Living in the Anthropocene Back Loop: Experimentation in Unsafe Operating Space
Elizabeth Wheaton, Director of the Environment and Sustainability Department at the city of Miami Beach
**EVENING SCHEDULE ADDITIONS**
The night will continue with performances and film screenings that were unable to take place during Sand: Theater.
Jan & Dave, Performance artists and musicians, performing with Marcos Cherlo and Sinisa Kukec.
Glenda Romualdo, Miami-based poet
Nathaniel Sandler, Writer, and co-founder and head librarian of the Bookleggers Mobile Library
Mie Frederikke Fischer, Danish interdisciplinary artist
For more information, please text Sand to 474747