Join us at Aros Community Theatre for the film screening of Patagonia’s new eye-opening documentary Artifishal, part of our ongoing Climavore: On Tidal Zones programme.
Artifishal (Dir. Josh Murphy, 2019)is a film about people, rivers, and the fight for the future of wild fish and the environment that supports them. It explores wild salmon’s slide towards extinction, threats posed by fish hatcheries and fish farms, and our continued loss of faith in nature.
The film will be followed by a discussion led by environmentalist, Corin Smith.
CLIMAVORE is a long-term project initiated by Cooking Sections in 2015. It sets out to envision seasons of food production and consumption that react to climatic events and human-induced alterations of the landscape. Different from the now obsolete Eurocentric cycle of spring, summer, autumn and winter, CLIMAVORE rethinks the construction of space and infrastructure by focusing on how climate alterations offer a new set of clues to adapt our diet to them. For instance, how to shift the food landscape to drought-resistant crops in a period of water scarcity or how to promote the planting of dune stabilising vegetables in times of coastal flash floods.
CLIMAVORE: On Tidal Zones is developed in collaboration with ATLAS Arts and is supported by Connect Local Regional Food Fund, Creative Scotland, Gaia Art Foundation, Graham Foundation for Advanced Studies in the Fine Arts, Highlands and Islands Enterprise, Patagonia and the Pebble Trust.
This Event is related to the following Project:
CLIMAVORE: On Tidal Zones | EDUCATE
CLIMAVORE: Educate is a series of learning programmes focused on intertidal ecologies around Skye and Raasay. It includes a series of talks and workshops around the island, collaboration with food and drinks producers, an ongoing apprenticeship programme and recipe book project. CLIMAVORE Apprenticeships: Since November 2018, 40 students at Portree...