SPRINGBOARD local assembly for creative climate action - Aberdeen and Shire

10nov10:30 am3:00 pmSPRINGBOARD local assembly for creative climate action - Aberdeen and ShireCreative Carbon Scotland is working with the Barn and Aberdeen Performing Arts to present a local assembly for creative climate action.The Barn, Burn O'Bennie Rd, Banchory AB31 5QA10:30 am - 3:00 pm OrganiserCreative Carbon ScotlandEvent TypeCultural, Arts & Social,Meeting,Workshop & TrainingThemeClimate Justice,Community Engagement,Effective Communication

Event Details

Creative Carbon Scotland are working with the Barn and Aberdeen Performing Arts and many organisations across Scotland to launch a series of Local Assemblies for Creative Climate Action. SpringBoard brings together individual artists and cultural organisations with people working on climate change to form powerful local networks for climate action. These local assemblies will start in November and will be an opportunity to connect with other practitioners in your region to address climate change collectively.

Further information on the November event can be found below:

10am Arrival

10.30 Welcome

10.45 Session 1 Climate justice and arts & culture

12.05 Lunch & networking

13.00 Session 2 Arts and environmental collaboration on climate change

14.00 Round up discussion & next steps

14.30 Networking drinks

Session 1: Climate justice and arts & culture

Climate justice is a way of understanding how climate change results from and exacerbates existing inequalities and injustices as well as how climate action can help create a fairer world. This workshop will share our research into how climate justice thinking is relevant to the arts and culture sector in Scotland and provide opportunities to explore how this relates to your own organisation or individual practice. (80 mins)

Session 2: Arts and environmental collaboration on climate change Collaboration between the arts and environmental sectors can create diverse opportunities for more effective action on climate change. This session will explore the ways that these fields can benefit from collaboration, offer examples of what has been achieved in the past and explore the practical steps needed to make collaborative projects a success. The session will end with an opportunity to consider what a collaborative climate change project would look like for you. (60 mins)

Time

(Thursday) 10:30 am - 3:00 pm

Location

The Barn

Burn O'Bennie Rd, Banchory AB31 5QA

Registration / Ticket Link

Register Here