Nov 14 + 15 2017
Solar futures from the Pollock Gallery
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SOLARIO considers solar energy and ecology in the contested context of Dallas infrastructure and development. How can the sun’s power be harnessed to evolve the US beyond an oil-based economy? How will the new Red political landscape affect the SunBelt’s future? In Spanish + English.
With New Cities, Future Ruins, a curatorial initiative and convening engaging the Western Sun Belt of the United States, and SMU’s Pollock Gallery.
Phillip Anderson, Astrophysicist, UT Dallas
Nicholas R. Gans, Department of Electrical Engineering, UT Dallas.
Ryan Baggett, North Texas Renewable Energy Group
Patrick Kennedy, Urban Dynamics and Planning, Space Between Design Studio
Mike Yakubovsky, Engineering Instructor at STEM Academy, Coppell High School
Jessie Zarazaga, Landscape-urbanist and architect, SMU Dallas
Duke Reiter, Senior Advisor to the President of Arizona State University
Bryan Parras, Founder, TEJAS, Houston
Christy Liversedge-Myers, Grow South, Dallas
The Happy Alright
Carolyn Sortor and Karen Weiner
FOCO de Atelier
Saturday, November 12th, 11am to 5pm (Central Daylight Time, GMT -5)
Sunday, November 13th, 10 am to 5pm (Central Daylight Time, GMT -5)