Ostrich eggshell and spinifex: The enacted art experience in sustainable tourism

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Abstract

One avenue towards sustainable futures is connecting humanity through arts and culture-based methods. Connections between environments, individuals and communities come about through affective and attentive embodied participation. In processes of making bodies are ‘bundels of affect’ that pay attention through the anatomical connections between them and the environment and instruments within those environments (Ingold, 2018). In bodily spaces, where environments are included, attention is given to reassemble materials in affective ways during art and culture making processes (Ingold, 2018; Sarantou 2017). In other words, making processes actuate the affordances within environments into new outcomes for sharing, enjoyment or caring (Sarantou, Akimenko & Miettinen, 2018). The aim of this paper is to encourage arts and cultural-based methods to be more widely adopted in tourism education as one avenue to sustainable tourism.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 2018
MoEC publication typeNot Eligible
EventTEFI10 Knowing with nature – The future of tourism education in the Anthropocene
- Pyhä, Finland
Duration: 3 Jun 20186 Jun 2018
https://www.ulapland.fi/tefi

Conference

ConferenceTEFI10 Knowing with nature – The future of tourism education in the Anthropocene
Abbreviated titleTEFI10
CountryFinland
Period03.06.201806.06.2018
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Field of science

  • Visual arts and design

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