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Tomorrow′s song: technical institutes as living models for ecological consciousness.
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Envisioning futures for environmental and sustainability education.
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Focusing on the teaching of visual arts and film within New Zealand′s tertiary sector, we outline the ways in which these disciplines enable us to address current and future issues of the Anthropocene and engage students in urgent debate concerning their ability to affect change and re-imagine a future beyond the hegemony of industrial models. We outline a pedagogy used in our respective courses that provides specific examples of art works and films used to envisage and present climatic and planetary breakdown while simultaneously critiquing the forces that are currently preventing the cessation of fossil fuel consumption. Key subjects covered include environmental philosophy, critical animal studies, extinction studies, environmental science and psychoanalysis. The larger role that New Zealand tertiary institutions need to play in the mapping of a future relating to the Anthropocene is also discussed. As the technical institutes considered in this chapter are yet to establish specific centres for environmental education we explore ways in which the arts can help move these institutions towards adopting such a model. We offer a blueprint for institutional wide transformation where all courses may embed knowledge of climate change and animal studies into their curriculum content. We focus on the ways that the arts can help facilitate this ideological shift and actualise alternative human, animal and Earth futures.
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