EARTH, Chris Drury

Resource Library

To promote accessible environmental and social justice education, we’ve developed this library of digital resources related to our projects, events and exhibitions.

Artist Development

We have a range of podcasts and videos with artists who we have collaborated with for workshops and events on how to create art that engages audiences with social and environmental issues.

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Community Arts

We’ve created videos and podcasts to document ONCA’s community arts exhibitions and events that promote awareness and discussion about social inclusion and social justice issues.

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Culture & Climate

We’ve made videos and podcasts featuring activists and creatives who have used the arts to help generate awareness and discussion relating to the climate emergency.

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Endangered & Lost Species

We’ve developed a wide range of videos, podcasts and blogs to document ONCA’s Endangered & Lost Species events and activities.

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Environmental Justice

ONCA hosts seasonally environmental justice themed discussions with activists and artists from various organisations and movements which we’ve documented via videos and podcasts. In addition to this, we’ve also created blogs for further reading.

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Decolonising Art & Culture

We’ve made videos and podcasts to document exhibitions and events that ONCA has hosted which have explored and challenged the legacies of colonialism and racism in art and culture.

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Residencies

We have a podcast called Open Studios which features interviews with our various artists and researchers in residence with ONCA’s Communication’s Manager Susuana Amoah.

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Youth & Families

We’ve documented some of our youth, family and schools activities through a range of videos, podcasts and publications.

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