Fashion is about shelter for the human body as the built world provides shelter for the human community.
Please join us for an unexpected conversation with two young visionaries exploring how we as individuals and communities share being alive on earth now.
Designer Jacob Olmedo's hydroponic garments speak to environmentalism, experimentation, and activism.
Earth scientist Lauren Kuntz thinks about the energy transformations needed to reach a low-carbon world and ultimately solve the problem of climate change.
With introduction by TILL founder Jane Philbrick; moderated by TILL co-founder Olivia Greenspan; welcome by Chloe Mandel, TILL intern.
The Unitarian Church in Westport
10 Lyons Plain Road
Special thanks to Rev. Dr. John Morehouse and David Vita, Social Justice Director, The Unitarian Church in Westport.
TILL is an international, intergenerational, multidisciplinary team focused on holistic, community-based brownfield regeneration. We seek community-specific solutions that engage the global context. Our inclusive development process includes hosting community conversations with emerging and established leaders in diverse fields to build awareness and common ground on key issues of social, economic, and ecological sustainability and opportunity at the local level. 2017-18 program (to date): phytoremediation, financialization and community cost, suburban mobility, creative industries, indoor agriculture, carbon-negative building technologies, young people serving in local government, and soil health.