May 5 - June 8
How can artists explore and navigate the changing environment, climate instability and justice to create a more sustainable future?
Online series runs on 5th May, 25th May and 8th June 2022
This Spring, through a series of online events and content, Art + Environment will explore the impact of climate instability on the arts and artists, looking at how the visual arts sector is working towards more sustainable practices and a decarbonised future.
Contributors will include leading artists, institutions and organisations working at the forefront of the cultural sector’s response to the climate emergency.
Featuring: David Buckland (Cape Farewell), Rosie Cooper (Wysing Arts Centre), Ekow Eshun, Heath Lowndes (Gallery Climate Coalition), Ingrid Pollard, Himali Singh Soin, Sarah Staton, Alberta Whittle and more to be announced.
About the series
Working Sustainably – 5 May 2022 @5pm
What is the role of institutions in driving sustainability in the arts? In conversation with David Buckland, Founder of Cape Farewell and Rosie Cooper, Director at Wysing Arts Centre. Book here
Choosing Sustainability – 25 May 2022 @5pm
How can artists adapt their practice to be more sustainable, and what are the challenges and opportunities in doing so? Join us for a conversation with artists Sarah Staton and Himali Singh Soin, chaired by Heath Lowndes, Managing Director and Co-Founder of Gallery Climate Coalition. Book here
Sustainable Futures – 8 June 2022 @5pm
Exploring the connection between the legacies of colonialism and the climate emergency, with artists Alberta Whittle and Ingrid Pollard in conversation with Ekow Eshun. Book here
Book the entire series here
For more details visit the DACS website
Event partner: Gallery Climate Coalition.
Media partner: Right Click Save.
Image: True North © Gautier Deblonde. All Rights Reserved, DACS/Artimage 2022