Tools & Resources
Exploring the role of environmental responsibility in our programmes and practice. With our friends at Invisible Dust we hosted a series of masterclasses to inspire and develop our creative practice. How do we work better between art and science? What are the do’s and don’ts of communicating climate change to our audiences? How do we work internationally? How do we collaborate and work with communities on projects that connect local interests and environmental issues to the global context? These videos were created as part of the GreenLight programme, co-created with Invisible Dust.
What are the practical steps for connecting to scientists and working with them on creative environmental projects? We hear from artist Frances Disley, Kew scientist Rebecca Lazarou, director of Fuel Theatre Kate McGrath and Fuel’s associate scientist and Cambridge scientist Magda Osman.
How do we engage our audiences in climate action? This masterclass focusses on the science of climate change communication and the different ways to engage audiences in conversations that lead to action. With science communications expert and Executive Director of the Tyndall Centre for Climate Change Research, Asher Minns.
How do we work with international artists and organisations focussing on the opportunities and challenges of working internationally and connecting to creative organisations in regions of the world most affected by climate change despite contributing the least to it? With Argentine-born curator and Global South art and culture specialist, Gabriela Salgado and Ghanaian British curator and producer Bianca Manu.
How do we collaborate with our local communities focussing on projects that connect local interests and environmental issues to the global context? With artist-duo Philip Duckworth and Ben Sadler from Juneau Projects and designer and artist Ling Tan.