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GREEN LEARNING: performing arts and artificial intelligence for environmental education

Art and Technology, Education and training
May 13, 2022

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June 2022

Masako Matsushita ‘s first residency transformed Sineglossa’s Creative Ground into a collaborative laboratory between creative thinking applied to movement and experimentation on Artificial Intelligence, in dialogue with Creative Technologist Andrea Zaninello and Adriano Mancini, a researcher at the Università Politecnica delle Marche.

The result is an Artificial Intelligence model capable of interacting with the artistic practice of dance by reprocessing the data provided to the machine by the artist: a database of about 100 video interviews conducted by Italia che cambia, over ten years of meetings across the country with those who wanted to share their stories of change.

GREEN LEARNING aims to bring students and teachers closer to Artificial Intelligence, stimulating innovation in educational tools and awareness with respect to new technological devices, suggesting positive examples to improve their relationship with the environment both individually and collectively.

In fact, the project aims to raise awareness of environmental sustainability issues among the younger generation (500 performance recipients and 10,000 reached by dissemination activities), to make them protagonists of change in the relationship between man and nature, through a strategic alliance with the cultural world.


GREEN LEARNING is a project of Sineglossa, realized with the support of Cariverona Foundation and the support of Municipality of Bassano del Grappa, Italia che cambia, UNIVPM Università Politecnica delle Marche, High school State Gymnasium G. B. Brocchi, Higher Education Institute A. Scotton, Higher Education Institute L. Cambi – D. Serrani, Higher Education Institute “Savoia Benincasa.”

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