Climate in Crisis: post-discussion networking event

inspired by Michael Pinsky's Pollution Pods

Performance: Networking Event - one event
FREE

come together after the Climate in Crisis discussion event and meet like-minded creatives to discuss ideas and projects that can inspire change and shift perceptions regarding our current climate emergency.

After chairing the Climate in Crisis discussion, Alice Stevens (founder of Arts University Bournemouth Human – a space where creative practitioners who share a desire to bring about positive change for global good can connect) invites you to join her for an informal networking event.

 The event is hosted by Environmental Arts Practise Research Collective (EAP Collective) and begins at approx 8.15pm. It is a drop in with no limited seats however, please arrive after 8pm and be aware the preceding panel event may overrun slightly, leading to a later start.

This event is for those who work with and in the environment and are interested in nurturing creative ideas and interventions as a force of positive change. Come and share your thoughts and ideas and meet like-minded people to talk about our natural environment and challenges it is facing.

There is an interest in exploring how, through art, design and performance we can encourage dialogue, alter attitudes and endeavour to play a role in looking after our precious planet.

There will be a space to display visuals of your work and share project ideas as well as distribute contact details if you wish to do so.

About: Environmental Arts Practice Research Collective grew out of discussions and shared practice from a group of like-minded people. We are a collective of arts practitioners, academics and environmentalists who have come together to talk, collaborate and share thoughts about our environment. We are interested in what is happening to it, how we observe it and inhabit it and how through art, design and performance we can change attitudes and play a role in looking after it.

https://eapresearchcollective.wordpress.com

Venue: Lighthouse, Poole – Function Room 2 (there will be directional signs in the Lighthouse foyer).

Lighthouse Cafe and Bar will be open for refreshments, however please note there is a concert on that evening and the facilities will be busy.

Access: There is a lift access to the Function Room on the first floor.

About the artist:

Environmental Arts Practise Research Collective