Harvesting Change: Art, Activism, and Food Security in the Climate Crisis

07/06/2024

18:30

Harvesting Change: Art, Activism, and Food Security in the Climate Crisis

Join us for an engaging panel discussion featuring artists, researchers, and activists from Oxford and Yogyakarta as they share their insights on addressing the climate crisis and food security.

Join us in celebrating the opening of Tetiten Swarane Tandur: Hear the Seeds Sing!

Explore how their work fosters connections between communities in the Global South & Global North, highlighting the importance of collaboration and cultural exchange in tackling pressing environmental issues. Discover innovative approaches to activism, art, and ecological stewardship, and gain valuable perspectives on building a more sustainable future for all.

The Panellists

Meet the panel L to R: Ribka Barus, Munir, Yasmin Sidhwa, JC Niala, and Land Justice Oxford.

Ribka Barus, a research coordinator at the Centre for Religious and Cross-cultural
Studies University Gadjah Mada (CRCS UGM) Yogyakarta, Indonesia.

Munir, an artist from Soboman Artspace 219, Yogyakarta, Indonesia.

Yasmin Sidhwa, founder and director of the Mandala Theatre Company, Oxford.

JC Niala, an award-winning historian, writer and artist.

Land Justice Oxford, a collective of Oxfordshire residents aiming to raise awareness of the extent to which access to land sits at the heart of many of the social and economic injustices we face today.

Friday 7th June, from 6.30pm, Fusion Arts, 95 Gloucester Green Oxford.

This event is supported by the British Council #ConnectionsThroughCulture

What's on

Browse upcoming events, exhibitions, workshops and classes at Fusion Arts and in the wider community.

“Tetiten Swarane Tandur: Hear the Seeds Sing”
95 Gloucester Green 08.06.24

“Tetiten Swarane Tandur: Hear the Seeds Sing”

“Tetiten Swarane Tandur: Hear the Seeds Sing”
Usha Kar's Exhibition
The Window Galleries 06.06.24

Usha Kar's Exhibition

Usha Kar's Exhibition
The Encyclopedia of Rootical Folklore By Natty Marks
95 Gloucester Green 10.05.24

The Encyclopedia of Rootical Folklore By Natty Marks

The Encyclopedia of Rootical Folklore By Natty Marks
SolidariTee Art Exhibition, ‘Our Home’
95 Gloucester Green 26.04.24

SolidariTee Art Exhibition, ‘Our Home’

SolidariTee Art Exhibition, ‘Our Home’
Writers Wheel workshop led by Isabelle Baafi
26.06.24

Writers Wheel workshop led by Isabelle Baafi

Writers Wheel workshop led by Isabelle Baafi
Seeding Resistance: Poetry Workshop on Climate Justice and Land Resilience
95 Gloucester Green 14.06.24

Seeding Resistance: Poetry Workshop on Climate Justice and Land Resilience

Seeding Resistance: Poetry Workshop on Climate Justice and Land Resilience
Batik Workshop - Hear the Seeds Sing
95 Gloucester Green 13.06.24

Batik Workshop - Hear the Seeds Sing

Batik Workshop - Hear the Seeds Sing
Harvesting Change: Art, Activism, and Food Security in the Climate Crisis
95 Gloucester Green 07.06.24

Harvesting Change: Art, Activism, and Food Security in the Climate Crisis

Harvesting Change: Art, Activism, and Food Security in the Climate Crisis
“Where Olive Trees Weep” film screening
21.06.24

“Where Olive Trees Weep” film screening

“Where Olive Trees Weep” film screening
Exciting New Show | DIVINE SCHISM: RHODRI DAVIES
95 Gloucester Green 20.06.24

Exciting New Show | DIVINE SCHISM: RHODRI DAVIES

Exciting New Show | DIVINE SCHISM: RHODRI DAVIES
Land Justice Oxfordshire: Community Bring & Share Gathering
95 Gloucester Green 13.06.24

Land Justice Oxfordshire: Community Bring & Share Gathering

Land Justice Oxfordshire: Community Bring & Share Gathering
Green Arts Get-Together
95 Gloucester Green 12.06.24

Green Arts Get-Together

Green Arts Get-Together

Supporters of Fusion Arts

Oxford City Council Arts Council England National Lottery Funded Project Grant National Lottery Community Fund Oxfordshire Community Foundation Here for Culture Doris Field Charitable Trust BBC Children in Need Levelling Up South Oxfordshire District Council Christ Church College Jesus College