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Season for Ex-Change One

Season for Ex-Change One

A three-week programme of free online events for artists, arts organisations and cultural practitioners that ran from 26 October – 13 November 2020.

Watch recordings of discussions and workshops with experts from the creative climate movement and be inspired to take part in the Season for Change Open Programme in 2021.

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Illustration by Lily Kong


About Season for Ex-Change

Season for Ex-Change was a three week programme of free online events for artists and arts professionals to discuss climate action and climate justice. It took place from 26 October – 13 November 2020. Events included:  

  • In Conversations with artists, including: Zena Edwards, Ama Josephine Budge, Selina Thompson and more
  • Social Transformations: discussions on the future of fashion and sustainable cities
  • How-To Workshops, including: climate justice in arts programming, ethical fundraising and producing sustainable events
  • Artist performances and interventions throughout the programme

All events were captioned and/or BSL interpreted.

Who is it for

Season for Ex-Change is for artists, arts organisations, cultural practitioners, producers, curators and anyone who wants to learn about, share knowledge or get ideas and inspiration on embedding climate action and climate justice in their artistic and creative work.

Regardless of if you are a newcomer to addressing climate change in your work, or have been operating in this field for some time, Season for Ex-Change is a place and time for collective listening, learning and action.


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Illustration by Lily Kong


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A new collection of guides, case studies and top tips to help the arts & cultural sector fight climate change.

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