Panel Discussion Art For Change: The Power Of Visual Culture
The second edition of the Climate Crisis Film Festival will be taking place online from November 16th – 22nd, on-demand for the whole week. The festival dissects the climate crisis from
The second edition of the Climate Crisis Film Festival will be taking place online from November 16th – 22nd, on-demand for the whole week.
The festival dissects the climate crisis from a range of perspectives with 10 distinct themes. Witness films yet unreleased in the UK; such as the award-winning Anthropocene: The Human Epoch and the enlightening The Forum. Plus a range of amazing short films by emerging young filmmakers. Finally, 25 speakers, ranging from economists and architects to artists, activists and thought-leaders will use the films as a springboard to provide forward-looking visions of the future. Take part in the biggest climate event of the year, we hope to see you online!
Art For Change: The Power Of Visual Culture
The visual arts have long been a catalyst for change — nothing can shock, move and trigger a change of conscience faster than a powerful image. But how does the way we represent climate change through art shape our narratives and action?
Featuring: Culture Declares Emergency, Aleksandra Jach (Biennale Warszawa), Sarah Nelson, Nicole Granados (Adventure Photographer), Kelly Majewski (Climate Jam)
Tickets can be purchased HERE
16 (Monday) 12:00 pm - 30 (Monday) 12:00 pm