The Crossing/The Cross-disciplinary Forum on Art, Education and Science

The Crossing/The Cross-disciplinary Forum on Art, Education and Science

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Viewing the environmental approaches from each of the disciplinaries and areas of expertise as paths, what shall we do when we stand on the paths crisscrossing to find a way to share our strengths,  build cooperating relationships, and reorganize the deployment to product the best possible results?

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Introduction

Guandu Nature Park is a conservation site and the very moving force behind the environmental education development in Taiwan. The live show of ecosystem on the stage of Guandu Nature Park is then interconnected with the realities found around the globe. With our 13 years’ experiences in organizing Ghuandu International Nature Festival and 8 years’ in Taiwan’s Project WET Curriculum Network, we recruited many of the propagators in the areas of creative art and ecological conservation, working together to advocate the values of natural conservation.
In doing so, we found that we need to bring together all the talents of science, art, culture and education in Guandu Nature Park to foster convergence and dialogues. By putting their heads together, this forum can contribute to the work of natural conservation with multiple perspectives and present some new ways to engage the public in environmental actions. This forum is a joint activity, which includes the Annual Conference of Taiwan’s Project WET Network for Partners and Ghuandu International Nature Festival, to create a cross-disciplinary forum for conservationists, environmental educationists and creative artists.

This forum is divided into three parts: cross-disciplinary experience sharing and role positioning, facilitation and stimulation of the public’s participation in environmental actions via translation and media, and evaluation and assessment of the influence of action plan on the society. We invite all of you to join us in Guandu Nature Park, where you can actually sit and walk around to explore beyond the boundaries of disciplinaries, seeking a cross-disciplinary solution to the problems for our future.

Content

Nov. 1, 2019 (Fri) / Topic: On Cross-disciplinary

  • 10:30-11:00 Opening Ceremony for Guandu Internation Nature Art Festival, 2019
  • 11:00-12:00 Seminar

Environmental Documentary “Edutainment”/Roger C. J. Wang/Curator, Wildview Taiwan Film Festival in Association with Wildscreen

 

  • 12:00-13:00 Lunch
  • 13:00-14:00 Case Studies

Substance in Research: Give Scientists Some Translation Gummies! / Hsiao-Chun Huang/ Associate Editor, “Substance in Research,” Sinica Academia

 

Let’s Tear Down All the Historical Buildings: The Lesson Plans for the Civic Action of Beitou Storyteller ProjectL / Chih-Hai Lin/CEO, Beitou Storyteller

 

TNUA Frog Survey Imaging: Civil Science X Digital Narrative Courses /C.-w Chen and Wei-Jie Li/ Assistant Professor and Graduate Student, Taipei National University of the Arts

 

  • 14:00-14:30 Tea Break
  • 14:30-16:30 Roundtable

Roundtable 1. Cross-disciplinary Cooperation in Creation/ Ke-Ting Chen/Artist

 

 

Roundtable 2. Industry-integrated Community Building/ Chih-Hai Lin/CEO, Beitou Storyteller

 

 

Roundtable 3. How to Manage Cross-disciplinary Cooperation as the Educationist/
Yi-Xin Tang/Director, Education Department, Yilan County Government

 

  • 16:30-17:00 Exchanges of Opinions

 

Nov. 2, 2019 (Sat)/ Topic: The Key to Stimulate Action

  • 10:30-11:00 Keynote Speech

Establishment of Guandu Nature Park and Social Movement/Mei-Li Tseng/Former Executive Secretary, Wild Bird Society of Taipei

 

  • 11:00-12:00 Seminar

Engaging Teens in Conservation: A Case Study of Civil Science Project in Hong Kong /Alex Wong/Manager, Education, WWF HK 

 

  • 12:00-13:00 Lunch
  • 13:00-14:00 Case Studies

Bird Things for Bird People: The Impact of Civil Science/Kung-Kuo Chiang/Deputy Executive Secretary, Wild Bird Society of Taipei

 

What Is Seagrass Bed? Natural Education and Conservation of the Neritic Zone Ecosystem/Yun-Yun Huang and Hong-Jin Huang/Founders of Nature Classrooms

 

New Experiences for New Things to Learn: Ghuandu International Nature Festival/Jin-Ling Wu/Deputy Director, Guandu Nature Park Headquarter

 

  • 14:00-14:30 Tea Break
  • 14:30-16:30 Roundtable

Roundtable 4. Learning about the Keys to Provoke Environmental Action from the Experiences in Educational Program Development/ Bing-Kuang Li/ Consaltant, Education Department, Yilan County Government

 

Roundtable 5. Learning about the Keys to Provoke Environmental Action from the Experiences in Field Management/ Shi-Hong Chen/Executive Secretary, Wild Bird Society of Taipei

 

Roundtable 6. The Keys to Engaging Teens in Environmental Action/

Co-Hosts:
*Alex Wong/Manager, Education, WWF HK

*Sandy/Director, School of Everyday Life

 

 

  • 16:30-17:00 Exchanges of Opinions

 

Nov. 3, 2019 (Sun)/ Topic: Evaluation and Improvement Before Proceeding 

  • 10:00-11:00 Seminar

Sustainability unlimited : viewing the real world with the various perspectives in the combination of sense and sensibility
/ Shin-Cheng Yeh/Professor, National Taiwan Normal University

 

 

  • 11:00-12:00 Case Studies

Environment Education and Art Actions for Tamsui Basin/Szi-Ju Wu/CEO, Vision Union

 

 

Social Impact Assessment of NPO: A Case Study of the Garden of Hope Foundation/ Yue-Hao Wang/ Deputy Executive Manager, the Garden of Hope Foundation

 

  • 12:00-13:00 Lunch
  • 13:00-15:00 Roundtable

Roundtable 7. Looking at Social Benefits from the Perspective of Public Office/
Shih-Bin Lin/ Director, Hydraulic Engineering Office, Public Works Department, Taipei City Government

 

Roundtable 8. Debate this: Do We Really Need Assessments?/
​Wen-Cheng Kuo/Manager, Chailease Foundation

 

  • 15:00-16:00 Concluding Roundtable Discussion
    • Co-Hosts:
      • Szu-Ting Hsu/ Manager, Environment Education Department, Guandu Nature Park
      • Iris Hong/ Managing director

 

Information

  • Date: Nov. 1-3, 2019
  • Time: As the time table
  • Location: Guandu Nature Park  (No. 55, Guandu Rd., Beitou Dist., Taipei City 112, Taiwan)
  • Number of people:
    • Daily Lecture / Case Sharing: 100 people
    • Round Table: 15 people per group, 8 groups with a maximum of 120 people
  • Target: People who interested environment action, art, environmental education
  • Number of people:
    • Daily Lecture / Case Sharing: 100 people
    • Round Table: 15 people per group, 8 groups with a maximum of 120 people
  • Target: People who interested environment action, art, environmental education

Cost

  • NT$200 /per day
  • The cost include the Guandu Nature Park tickets, lunch, tea break and cleanness. others is supported by sponsor.
  • A synchronous interpreter is available(Chinese/ English) and a valid document as deposit is required.

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