The Cultural Adaptations conference will take place online from 2-5 March 2021. Over four afternoons, this inspiring event will feature participatory works, explore wider knowledge and international experiences of how creativity can help us adapt, and share learnings from our project activities in four European nations (Sweden, Ireland, Belgium and Scotland).
Showcasing unique, innovative and creative approaches to solving complex climate challenges, the event will present new ways of working collaboratively in adaptation. Interactive and practical sessions will focus on transformation through research, policy and practice, enabling attendees to apply learning in their own cities, using specially developed tools and resources.
With more cities, regions and nations declaring a state of climate emergency, how can cultural organisations and creative practitioners adapt their work and lead societal adaptation? The Cultural Adaptations conference will take place fully online. However, we will be bringing the spirit of Glasgow: the host city of the UN COP26 and home of pioneering adaptation partnership, Climate Ready Clyde.
The conference marks the conclusion of Cultural Adaptations: an action research project supported by the Creative Europe programme of the European Union and co-funded by the Scottish Government.