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Season for Ex-Change

Workshop: Workplace Climate Action in a Time of Flux

Illustration by Lily Kong, 2020. An illustrated scene shows a person holding a sign reading 'ACT NOW'. They are stood next to three recycling bins, the last of which contains a another person playfully popping their head out of the bin and smiling.

Illustration by Lily Kong, 2020.

Season for Ex-Change

Workshop: Workplace Climate Action in a Time of Flux

2 November 2020


Online event via Zoom



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A climate action workshop for arts organisations with Julie’s Bicycle and guests. 

All organisations – whatever their size, location or art form – can benefit from embedding environmental sustainability into how they work. Find out how in this online workshop facilitated by Will Price from Julie’s Bicycle.

The workshop will inspire organisations to reframe their cultural leadership and rethink relationships with their spaces, events and communities: day-to-day habits, audience campaigns, artist commissions, governance and advocacy.

The session will present the Season for Change toolkit recommendations and case studies from trail-blazing organisations, with the opportunity for group discussion.

About the speakers

Will Price oversees the technical development and maintenance of the Creative Green Tools supporting over 800 organisations to collect data and report on their environmental impacts as part of Julie’s Bicycle’s partnership with Arts Council England. He also leads on the delivery of Julie’s Bicycle’s Creative Green Certification, helping creative organisations reduce their environmental impacts and embed sustainable practices within their organisations.

How to take part

Book your free ticket and we’ll send you details about how to access this event closer to the time.

Access details

This online event will be live captioned. Please let us know if you have any other access requirements:

Part of Season for Ex-Change

A three week programme of sector-facing events and workshops, 26 October–14 November 2020.
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