*This Is Not A Drill*: Technology, Art, and the Climate Emergency
Program Director: Mona Sloane (2020 FIC Fellow)
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The *This Is Not A Drill* (TINAD) program on technology, the climate emergency, and creative practice collaboratively develops a new public pedagogy and explores designs that dismantle the harmful hierarchies created between human/non-human and culture/nature, and that reorient us towards sustainment, maintenance and care for each other and for the planet.
Each year, the *This Is Not A Drill* program convenes five NYU faculty fellows and five to ten NYU student fellows. Faculty fellows receive a research-focused reimbursable stipend to develop their *This Is Not A Drill* project. They convene regularly as the *This Is Not A Drill* working group. Student fellows receive project-focused reimbursable research stipend to work on their project over the summer. All fellows exhibit their work at the annual *This Is Not A Drill* exhibition.