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"Feverish World, 2018-2068: Arts and Sciences of Collective Survival" was a 3+day symposium and arts festival in Burlington, Vermont, in October, 2018, that featured some 60 artists, scholars, and performers in a variety of formats including panels, lightning talks, art and video exhibitions, music and dance performances, public workshops, a “tent city” of some 35 art installations, a parade, an Abenaki ceremony, and the building of an ice sculpture on the steps of Burlington City Hall. This film, directed by Peter Ackerman, captures the goals and the flavor of the Feverish World symposium. Opening and closing text by Vermont poet laureate Chard deNiord. Other credits at end of video. The films were made possible with generous support from the UVM Office of the Vice-President for Research. The symposium could not have happened without generous seed funding from the Gund Institute for Environment, along with a long list of others (see video credits).