In the context of climate and ecological emergency we can no longer continue with business as usual. Creativity and art have a great role to play in helping us imagine what different ways of working and living could look and feel like.
This webinar will explore such practices; types of creative work that engages with climate change and adaptation. The webinar will cover:
- Creative approaches to facilitating engagement from Sniffer’s Managing Director, Ruth Wolstenholme
- The whys and hows of engaging creative practitioners into climate change and adaptation work as well as examples of what can be the outcome of such collaborations from Creative Carbon Scotland’s creative producer, Gemma Lawrence
- Visuals for creative climate change communication from Scriberia co-founder, Chris Wilson and Adaptation Scotland science and skills manager, Joseph Hagg
- Embedding arts and artists into responses to climate change and adaptation from a writer, theatre producer and an embedded artists at Climate Ready Clyde.
Who is the webinar for?
Anyone working with (or curious about) the role of creativity and arts in climate change and adaptation work. It will have something to offer to those working with climate change and adaptation in their professional environments as well as arts/culture practitioners.
How can you take part?
To take part in the webinar, please register via Eventbrite.
On the day, please use this link to access the webinar: https://zoom.us/j/130752687
If you have any questions about the webinar contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Cover image credit is a courtesy of Scriberia.
The webinar is co-designed by Adaptation Scotland, Sniffer and Creative Carbon Scotland.