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Season for Change Toolkit

Season for Change Toolkit

This toolkit is for individuals and organisations who want to join us and urge for a just and sustainable future through the arts and culture.

In the Season for Change Toolkit, you’ll find top tips, case studies and resources to help you get started.

Enter the Toolkit

Choose from the Toolkit menu below to get started on your Season for Change journey.

1) Create or programme an artwork

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Programme or create an artistic experience that inspires people to connect with, understand and take action on climate from now to May 2021.

2) Run a sustainable event or project

Audience members/participants in a performance gather around cardboard tables, with discussion points written on paper lamps above them.

Run a greener event or creative project for your community, audiences and/or peers in the sector.

3) Take climate action in your organisation

A photograph taken from a bird's-eye view of two people sat talking at a desk.

Take action organisationally, and share what you’re doing to address the climate and ecological crisis.

Join the campaign

If you’ve started taking action in your arts/cultural practice in some of the ways suggested in the previous sections, you’re ready to join Season for Change.

This includes registering your events with us (which we will promote through our website, social media, PR partners and networks), and using our crediting and logo guide to signal that you’re part of a sector-wide movement that has a shared vision for change.

Register your event

Download our crediting pack

Coming soon: Download our evaluation pack

Image credits:
Zadie Xa performing ‘Ancestral undulations and the transmission of knowing’ at We Make Tomorrow 2020. Photo by James Allan.
Abel Selaocoe at We Make Tomorrow 2020. Photo by James Allan.
METIS, WE KNOW NOT WHAT WE MAY BE, part of Season for Change 2018. Photo by David Sandison.
Where Science Meets Art publication by Julie’s Bicycle.
Music Declares Emergency at We Make Tomorrow 2020. Photo by James Allan.
Breathe!, Numbi Arts and Virtual Migrants. Part of Artsadmin’s 2 Degree Festival and NumbiFest 2019. Photo by Greg Goodale.