Green Arts Action: How can we share?

Submitted by Green Arts Oxfo... on April 7, 2022 - 12:05

Venue, Timing and Cost

Wednesday, 20 April 2022
12pm - 1pm

Join the first Green Arts Oxfordshire Network monthly Action Group to explore how we can share materials and other resources as creative individuals and organisations in Oxfordshire.

Green Arts Oxfordshire Network (GAON) calls for the Oxfordshire creative community to come together in this climate emergency to collectively work towards climate justice and a zero carbon future.

GAON will be hosting monthly online or in-person meetings open to everyone. Each month, we will explore a different creative topic with the intention of forming dedicated Action Groups that act in response to the conversation.

For this first Green Arts Action Group meeting, we will ask: How can we share?

Creatives of all kinds face challenges sourcing materials and resources for projects sustainably. Join the conversation on how we can work together to source, transport and dispose of materials sustainably and locally where possible, thinking of creative solutions and factoring this in at the project planning stage.

During the meeting we will:
Hear from SHARE Oxford and Sharebee
Learn about existing platforms and resources for artists and organisations
Meet others interested in this topic
Discuss collaborative solutions
Come away with an action plan
About 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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