Carbon Literacy Training for Creatives and Cultural Organisations
Carbon Literacy Training for Creatives and Cultural Organisations Event date: Monday 4th December, 9am – 1pm Get certified as Carbon Literate this Carbon Literacy Action Day, taking place on Monday 4th December 2023 to coincide with the UN COP28 climate negotiations! What is Carbon Literacy Training? Carbon Literacy Training equips learners with the knowledge, skills, motivation and confidence to […]
Seed Guardians Creative Workshop
Seed Guardians Creative Workshop Event date: Tuesday 10th October, 6pm – 8pm Mandala Theatre Company’s new project for 2023/24 is focused on the connection of the rights of the Earth, with the rights of the child and future generations. They are running creative workshops nationally, but also a number in Oxfordshire to begin dialogue with local communities, […]
Climate Justice: The Story of Our Time Exhibition
Climate Justice: The Story of Our Time Exhibition Dates: 13 June – 17 July 2023 Opening hours: Tuesday – Sunday, 10am – 4pm Admission: Free to visit In April 2023, Green Arts Oxfordshire Network held 3 events as part of Marmalade festival, bringing together Oxfordshire’s cultural organisations, artists and anybody wanting to respond creatively to […]
Carbon Literacy Training for Artists & Activists Part B
Carbon Literacy Training for Artists & Activists Part B Event dates: Wednesday 14th June, 5.30pm – 7.30pm & Wednesday 28th June, 5.30pm – 7.30pm. Please attend both sessions. Learn the most impactful ways to tackle climate change and work together to create a cultural shift through art and culture. Green Arts Oxfordshire Network has developed a Carbon Literacy Training […]
Carbon Literacy Training for Artists & Activists Part A
Carbon Literacy Training for Artists & Activists Part A Event dates: Wednesday 14th June, 5.30pm – 7.30pm & Wednesday 28th June, 5.30pm – 7.30pm. Please attend both sessions. Learn the most impactful ways to tackle climate change and work together to create a cultural shift through art and culture. Green Arts Oxfordshire Network has developed a Carbon Literacy Training […]
Climate Café Climate Cafés offer something different from the usual gatherings of people with interests in climate change. They are facilitated – so you can be sure that there will be space for you to speak. They are not designed to recruit you to do anything or to put you under any pressure. The idea […]
Culture Shift! A Vision for Greener Audience Travel
Culture Shift! A Vision for Greener Audience Travel Museums, music venues, theatres, arts centres and galleries unite! Join Green Arts Oxfordshire Network in a room full of Oxford’s cultural venues to build a creative vision for greener audience travel in our city. Audience travel is the largest source of emissions in the cultural sector, and this […]
Climate Justice: The Story of Our Time
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 […]
Community Building: Oxfordshire Great Big Green Week
Community Building: Oxfordshire Great Big Green Week Join us in building a community to create Oxfordshire Great Big Green Week 2023! Monday 20th March 2023, 6-8pm Do you have an idea for an event or project that could be part of Oxfordshire Great Big Green Week 2023? Or would you like to learn how you can […]
Oxfordshire Great Big Green Week: What’s Next?
Oxfordshire Great Big Green Week: What’s Next? Oxfordshire Great Big Green Week 2022 saw over 100 community organised events across the county, including festivals, film screenings, exhibitions, talks, workshops and much more. For 9 days, Oxfordshire celebrated community action to tackle climate change and protect nature. So what’s next? If you hosted an event or […]
Green Arts Action: Sustainability & Print Workshop with Seacourt
Green Arts Action: Sustainability & Print Workshop with Seacourt Let’s talk about the problem with print. It’s a traditionally wasteful and unsustainable sector, but theaters, galleries, museums, musicians and artists alike rely on print to market our work. Join Green Arts Oxfordshire Network and award winning B Corp printer Seacourt to explore sustainable printing solutions for all things arts […]
Energy Prices & The Climate Crisis
Energy Prices & The Climate Crisis: Making the connections and making an impact By Oxford Friends of The Earth, curated by Green Arts Oxfordshire Network 5th – 18th November 2022 An exhibition about saving energy is one of the latest to pop up in Friars Entry near Gloucester Green, where windows have been transformed into […]
Lighting The Way
Lighting The Way By Julia Mallaby & Green Arts Oxfordshire Network 5th – 18th November 2022 Lighting The Way is a new exhibition of community made artwork popping-up in the Fusion Arts window galleries along Friar’s Entry near Gloucester Green. As part of Oxfordshire Great Big Green Week in September, Green Arts Oxfordshire Network collaborated […]
Sustainable Knitting with artist Rosina Godwin
Join feminist textile artist and sculptor, Rosina Godwin, for this one–off workshop which will introduce participants to the practice of sustainable knitting using both recycled and unconventional materials.
Women Against the Bomb – Community Screening
Come and join us watching this brilliant new documentary about Greenham Common by Sonia Gonzalez. The inspirational story of the first all-female peace camp is told from the inside by the women who were there.
We The Power – Community Screening
The future of energy is community owned. Green Arts Oxfordshire Network are very excited to partner with newly community owned cinema The Ultimate Picture Palace for a screening of We The Power.
The Ants and the Grasshopper – Community Screening
Anita Chitaya has a gift; she can help bring abundant food from dead soil, she can make men fight for gender equality, and she can end child hunger in her village. Now, to save her home from extreme weather, she faces her greatest challenge: persuading Americans that climate change is real.
The Angry Garden – Film Screening
The Angry Garden Film Competition called for people to make a short film (between 1 and 15 minutes) about the climate emergency over the Summer.
Climate and Arts: Can the arts support work on climate change?
Climate and Arts: Can the arts support work on climate change?
Join the Oxford Climate Alumni Network and their guest speakers to discuss how the arts can support work on climate change, including different regional views.
Launch Event for Oxfordshire Great Big Green Week
Join us for the launch of Oxfordshire Great Big Green Week, 9 days of events celebrating community action to tackle climate change and protect nature. Expect inspiring speakers, poets and performers alongside information about local charities and groups working towards a more sustainable future for Oxfordshire. Get creative with free drop-in craftivism activities, and have a go at pressing your own apple juice from surplus fruit with Disco Soup!
Crafting for the Climate
Come and see our demonstration of human-powered handcrafts designed to be sustainable, useful and fun!
How important are our insects?
Green Henley present an exhibition of primary school children’s work in answer to the challenge – How important are insects?
Harvest of Talents
As part of the annual Harvest of Talents where the church encourages local participation in sharing art work, all will be welcome to share works – particularly in relation to climate crisis.
From the Final Seven Days
This will be a revisioning of Stockhausen’s work From the Seven Days to fit our current situation of imminent extinction. Performances organised in collaboration with Oxford Improvisers and dancers will take place over the last seven days of September.
Oxfordshire Great Big Green Week
Taking place between 24 September – 2 October, the climate action campaign known as the Great Big Green Week will see thousands of people across the UK organising local festivals and events. The campaign aims to draw attention to climate change and the destruction of the natural world, while showcasing actions to tackle climate change in local communities.
Rebel for Life
Extinction Rebellion was launched in Parliament Square in October 2018 with people from Oxford very much taking part. Returning to Oxford we were inspired immediately to start silk screening flags and painting banners.
Art of Protest
‘Art of Protest’ is a showcase of work from artists living in Jogjakarta, Indonesia. Where many forms of protest are restricted, art is used to raise awareness, express anger, and voice resistance.