This event is free to attend for Guild members and costs £5 for non-members. You can read more about membership here.
This interactive workshop will explore what climate justice means, what is needed to achieve it on a local and global scale, and how arts and culture can support this movement. The session will set out tips for art organisations who are keen to incorporate this into their policies and strategic planning.
This session will be led by Farah Ahmed, the Climate Justice Lead and Events Coordinator at Julie’s Bicycle. She supports the delivery of events and the Creative Climate Justice programme, developing resources, training and advocacy, connecting environmental, racial and social justice, and creative activism. Her interest lies in how art can centre stories and solutions from the frontlines of climate impacts, and how we can imagine and enact decolonial and anti-capitalist ways of being.
This workshop will be taking place in the Guild’s space in Orchard Square. If you ave any specific access needs that need to be met in order to attend, please email [email protected]