In November 2020, COP26 should have been held in Glasgow, UK. Instead, we can use the time to increase our understanding of climate change, discover new ways to share knowledge, and build connections between those working in different fields with a shared interest in understanding and protecting the planet.
If you are an artist, creative practitioner, or a climate scientist with an interest in how science and art can work together to develop understanding of climate change, please join us for this exciting collaborative discussion event.
In this Green Tease event, Creative Carbon Scotland are working in partnership with Blue-Action. The aim of the event is to bring together climate research scientists with arts practitioners, to discuss and explore the role of the arts for developing understanding of complex science for the public.
Climate researchers from the Blue-Action project and artists experienced in working with creative data visualization will share alternative perspectives on the issues, followed by a group workshop bringing together artists and scientists to brainstorm ideas for events, projects, techniques or art works that could bring about greater public connection and understanding.
This event will be held via Zoom. Please sign up on Eventbrite and you will receive an email on the day of the event with a link to join the online call. If you have any problems, please get in touch with email@example.com.
About Green Tease
This event is taking place as part of the Green Tease events series and network, a project organised by Creative Carbon Scotland, bringing together people from arts and environmental backgrounds to discuss, share expertise, and collaborate. Green Tease forms part of our culture/SHIFT programme.