Art Can Save The World

Submitted by Green Arts Oxfo... on March 29, 2022 - 09:29

Venue, Timing and Cost

The Old Fire Station, 40 George Street, Oxford
Tuesday, 5 April 2022
9.30am - 12pm
Green Arts Oxfordshire Network Marmalade 2022 Old Fire Station

Calling all cultural organisations, artists and anybody wanting to respond creatively to the climate crisis!

Moving from anxiety and denial to optimism and activism, how can we go beyond raising awareness to making change?

The session will:

introduce the Green Arts Oxfordshire Charter
feature artists making work in response to the crisis
invite you to be bold about what we can create and produce

Join us to collectively reimagine how we produce creative projects in response to the climate and ecological crisis.

Please bring 5 plastic bags (bags for life or packaging) to the session, to be used in a creative workshop.

Free tea and coffee available from 9am.

This session is hosted by Green Arts Oxfordshire Network

About Green Arts Oxfordshire Network:

Green Arts Oxfordshire Network was set up in January 2021 to unite Oxfordshire's artists and cultural organisations in their work to tackle the climate & ecological emergency. The recently launched GAON website introduces the Green Arts Charter, and features a library of resources to signpost you to information, suppliers, and organisations that can help you to reduce the environmental impact of arts programming and practices.

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