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Season for Ex-Change Two

An 8-week programme of free online events 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.

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About Season for Ex-Change Two

Season for Ex-Change Two is an 8-week events programme addressing the arts industry’s role in the climate movement, offering inspiring talks, events and workshops under the theme of Artists & Activism every Thursday. Topics include:

  • New Narratives
  • Activation and community organising
  • 6 months to COP26
  • Justice
  • Burnout & Crisis fatigue

All events are captioned and/or BSL interpreted.

Season for Ex-Change is supported by ACT (Art, Climate, Transition) through the Creative Europe programme of the European Union, the Foundation for FutureLondon and City of London, and Arts Council England through Season for Change.

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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