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2 October 2019 – 6 October 2019
Explore art and playful ways to talk about the Climate and Ecological Emergency, and create your own tool to open up a climate conversation.
Climate Museum UK is a new, mobile museum that stirs and collects responses to the Emergency, aiming to help people learn, express feelings and take positive action. Climate Talks is the Museum’s first full exhibition, testing the ways that talking and learning about the Emergency can empower and make a difference. It is part of the Museums Association Festival of Change, focused on how museums can respond to the Emergency.
About the Creators
Climate Museum UK is founded by Bridget McKenzie, a cultural consultant and creative curator committed to tackling environmental challenges. She is director of Flow Associates, a trustee of ONCA and co-founder of Culture Declares Emergency. Others contributing to Climate Talks include artists Erin Ross, Milly Bampini, Beckie Leach, Meg McKenzie and Brian McKenzie.
Featured painting of young climate activists in Brighton by Milly Bampini
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