ecoart farm
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Submitted:
03/02/2011
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What is ecoart ?

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Posted by Stamatina Palmou over 8 years ago

A new perspective in artistic practice

Ecoart  is a hellenic non-profit association  that aims to intersperse the ecological ideals using art as vehicle.  Our mission is to increase awareness regarding environmental issues, and to develop and strengthen eco-consciousness on a collective level. Ecoart emphasizes a shift from an anthropocentric approach towards a biocentric appreciation of the global ecosystem. Ecoart achieves this by rediscovering the entity of the artist as a communicant of social issues and as a worker – capable of producing projects which have an environmental and social significance. 

Since its establishment in 2004 ecoart runs an activity gallery (3,14 ecoart – 3, Lembessi st, Athens) in which has hosted  numerous events related to nature and environmental issues.  In 2009, ecoart launched its educational program by organizing workshops for the theoretical and practical training of participants on subjects that promote the harmonious coexistence of man and nature. 

  The purpose of ecoart as a movement, is to work in partnership with the environment, aiming to upgrade, to restore, and to create new, self-sustaining ecosystems.  Ecoart projects are distinguished by their aesthetic qualities and efficiency in terms of environmental performance. Our objective is the application of scientific knowledge and innovation into artistic practice in order to create new ecosystems, explore the possibilities of sustainable development and set an environmental standard for future societies.

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