A collaborative creative session to explore how we can engage with the climate crisis through art.
As part of Oxfordshire's Great Big Green Week, join us for a participatory art, storytelling and knowledge-sharing session. This event is for members of the public and artists to come together, collaborate on art, learn from each other and exchange ideas about how we can collectively address climate change.
This is session is free and open to all - including children under 18 (accompanied by an adult).
You can expect creative projects, participatory art activities and an interactive game to take part in. You will also have the opportunity to try out a variety of different eco-conscious artistic techniques and you will be able to exchange your thoughts and experiences of climate change with others.
This event is part of Oxfordshire's Great Big Green Week, 8 days of events (18 – 26th September) helping and encouraging people and organisations to act and help tackle the climate crisis, and to protect and improve our environment. The week is part of the national Great Big Green Week and will take place five weeks before world leaders meet in Glasgow for the United Nations ‘COP26’ Climate Conference.
Advance registration for this free event is recommended.
We will be creating these artworks outside in Fusion's yard and observing how nature interacts with them over the course of 24 hours. You can return on Sunday 26th 4-6pm to see the results of this experiment and chat about what we have learnt.
Please book separately Sunday's event. Click here to book.
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