Episode 14: Is Water A Human Right? – Dialogue & Debate
August 29, 2017
I Am Interchange and Mountain Time Arts are pleased to present, Is Water A Human Right? A community dialogue & debate fusing artists, activists and entrepreneurs with different ideas and perspectives coming together to address multiple topics and provoke thoughtful dialogue. The public is also invited to participate and give their ideas during the event. We’ll develop our dialogue into a podcast that will be available worldwide.
- Susan Duncan- Freelance Teaching & Agriculture
- Bently Spang- Northern Cheyenne Artist
- Kareen Erbe- Permaculture
- EJ Engler- Artist / Architect
- Steve White- Gallatin County Commissioner
- Carson Taylor- Mayor Of Bozeman
- Brian Popiel- SWIMBIA
- Matt Kelley- Health Department
Produced by: Mountain Time Arts, Dylan Jesse, Tyson Lunn & Tate Chamberlin
Music by: Nintendeaux
Moderated by: Tate Chamberlin
Performance Art by: DreamWalk
I Am Interchange is a humanities project that brings contrasting and sometimes polarizing ideas into the same room to stir the pot. By doing so, we create a level platform for history, politics, religion, philosophy, criticism, ethics, self-consciousness, reason, creativity, human values and aspirations.
Sponsors: Mountain Time Arts, Humanities Montana, City of Bozeman, Montana Governor’s Office of Economic Development, Montucky Cold Snacks, Nova Cafe, Ten Directions, Headframe Spirits, Zocalo Coffee House, Whistle Pig Korean, Sola Cafe & Market, Schenk Construction, Pride Foundation, Lokken Productions, Blunderbuss.
Photos by: Ben Johnson