14 April 2023
Arts at the Old Fire Station 40 George Street Oxford OX1 2AQ
Climate Justice: The Story of Our Time
As cultural leaders, how can we communicate and advocate for Climate Justice in Oxfordshire? Join Green Arts Oxfordshire Network and ClimArts to explore how creatives can work with climate experts to tell the most compelling stories of our time, and create a better world in the process.
This free event will include a performance by ClimArts, a creative workshop with artist Julia Utreras of Common Books, and will be facilitated by artist, activist and producer of Marmalade Usha dapur Kar.
🌱 Neelambaree Prasad & Kripa Iyer, Founders of ClimArts
🌱 Councillor Shaista Aziz, Cabinet Member for Inclusive Communities and Culture
🌱 Rawz, Sound Artist, Poet, MC and Steering Group Member for Oxford Cultural Anti-Racism Alliance
🌱 Feng Ho, CUT (Clean Up the Tropical Timber Trade) Campaign
🌱 Maryam Ahmed, Cowley Climate Collective
We hope you can join us! In the interest of limiting the carbon footprint of this event, please consider public transport or active travel like walking on cycling to travel here, if that is a possibility for you.
Thank you to the Old Fire Station for their support with this event.
This event is part of Marmalade Festival 2023, which takes place in 6 venues across Oxford from 11 to 14 April.
The Old Fire Station will be hosting over 90 events including discussions, performances, film screenings and much more. Topics will include how to learn, homelessness, young people and mental health amongst other subjects.
You can find out more here: www.marmalade.io