Using Art for Climate Change

Using Art for Climate Change

Art, performance, climate, activism. Check out the upcoming Climate Cafe of Aberdeen Climate Action, entitled Using Art for Climate Change. #MFFrecommends

 

“December’s Climate Cafe brings us talented performers and activists. The Climate Cafe is a monthly event organised by Aberdeen Climate Action. Each month focuses on a different topic related to climate action, research and solutions. This month will follow a slightly different structure, we will be hearing from a selection of artists and storytellers, who will be performing and talking about their connection with the climate movement.”

 

The event is free and online, but don’t forget to register.

#WhatWouldntBee: World Bee Day 🐝

Wednesday, May 20th is World Bee Day. We will be celebrating our pollinators: critical components of our ecosystem and biodiversity.

Join us by sharing an item from your museum’s collection that wouldn’t exist without bees and other essential pollinators. Share the photos on social media with #WhatWouldntBee and include a description of how pollinators keep our museums buzzing with art and nature. Feel free to get creative!

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#ObjectsOfLove: 14 February

14 February, Valentine’s Day and International School Strike Day for the Climate. Together with climate activists from around the world, we invite museums to celebrate this day with a message of hope and climate action.

Museum collections contain the collective material memory of mother earth and humankind. The heritage, history, and art they contain are a testament to our creativity, ingenuity, and diversity. The climate crisis puts all of this at risk.

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