Tate and the Royal Society collaborate by bringing together scientists and artists to imagine the social and psychological impacts of climate change.
On 19 and 20 March, Tate and the Royal Society collaborate to bring you a screening of the film The Age of Stupid followed by a discussion and a public symposium about the social and psychological impacts of climate change.
How do notions of adaptation, mitigation, and geo-engineering expand when artists and scientists listen to each other's ideas? This science-art public forum uses the imagination to engage with the future of our planet.
The event begins on Friday 19 March with a screening of drama-documentary, The Age of Stupid, which will be followed by a discussion. 6.30pm - 8.45pm, £5 (£4 conc).
The symposium programme begins at 10:30 on Saturday 20 March and continues until 5pm. It will include presentations, panel discussions and a public forum following a series of break out sessions where audience members will have the opportunity to formulate proposition and questions for the speakers with the help of a group of facilitators.
Speakers for the symposium include: Professor Brian Hoskins, Lucy Orta, Robert Bloomfield, Tomas Saraceno, Professor Steve Rayner, Agnes Denes and Professor Corinne Le Quere.
£13/£10 (conc) Special inclusive price for screening and symposium
£10/£8 (conc) Symposium only