EnergyBar: Where Art & Climatetech Meet
April 20 @ 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm ET
Join us at the intersection of art and climate for a special EnergyBar!
How can art propel forward conversation and engagement around preserving planet Earth?
Greentown Labs, Boston Ballet, and the Netherlands Innovation Network are delighted to present an immersive dance experience with Boston Ballet’s ÜNI, a multimedia pop-up experience dome! You will also experience the beauty of La Mer, a powerful brand-new ballet created by lauded Dutch choreographer Nanine Linning with Boston Ballet. Inspired by the ocean, La Mer seeks to inspire curiosity about our shared ocean planet and to raise hope for a sustainable future for all, through Linning’s theatrical and dramatic movement and designs.
Join us on April 20 and jeté beyond the tech community to explore how the intersection of art and technology inspires ideas that lead to new innovations and spark engagement to solve the climate crisis through collaboration.
EnergyBar is Greentown Labs’ signature networking event that fosters conversation and collaboration among entrepreneurs, investors, corporate leaders, students, neighbors, and other climate champions passionate about innovations in climatetech and the energy transition.
About Netherlands Innovation Network
The Netherlands Innovation Network in Boston is the science and technology arm of the Dutch diplomatic network. Their goal is to strengthen relationships between the US and the Netherlands in the fields of innovation, technology and science. They assess the potential and impact of latest tech trends and connect Dutch stakeholders with potential partners on this side of the Atlantic.
About Boston Ballet
Since 1963, Boston Ballet’s internationally acclaimed performances of classical, neo-classical, and contemporary ballets, combined with a dedication to world class dance education and community initiative programs, have made the institution a leader in its field, with a 53-year history of promoting excellence and access to dance. Under the leadership of Artistic Director Mikko Nissinen and Executive Director Meredith (Max) Hodges, the Company maintains a diverse repertoire, ranging from full-length ballets to new works by some of today’s finest choreographers. Boston Ballet’s second company, Boston Ballet II, is comprised of dancers who gain experience by performing with the Company and independently, presenting special programs to audiences throughout the Northeast.
Questions? Reach out to Greentown Labs’ Events Coordinator, Kelly Wilson (email@example.com)
Please note that by registering to attend this event you are accepting these terms: You acknowledge that alcohol will be served and all attendees are subject to be ID’ed (only those 21+ will be served); You consent to your image or likeness being used in content associated with the event; You release Greentown Labs and all partners from any and all liability stemming from any event-related incident.
Parking is incredibly limited at Greentown Labs and we encourage attendees to consider taking advantage of public transportation. We’re a short walk from the newly opened Union Square station, as well as 1 mile away from the Harvard MBTA station. Union Square in Somerville is also easily accessible via the #86 and #91 MBTA buses. We offer indoor bike parking on-site and the closest Bluebikes stations are at Dane St., Conway Park and Union Square.
Event Health + Safety Policy
This event is in-person and masks are encouraged but not required Greentown Labs. We recommend a medical grade or K/N95 mask; Greentown provides medical grade masks at the front desk of each location.
Greentown Labs is committed to the health and safety of our team, startups, partners, and attendees. We are actively monitoring local guidelines and CDC recommendations.