Culture Declares Emergency: Online ‘Coffee Morning’
Wednesday 23rd June 2021
11:00am – 12:30pm BST
Photo Credit @BridgetMckensie
Calling All Declarers - old and new!
Recently joined Culture Declares, but unsure where to start?
Been a Declarer for a while, and looking to re-engage?
Or, just after an inspiring chat with fellow Declarers?
11:00 – 11:30 - Introduction to CDE: now you’ve Declared - what next?
11:30 – 12:00 - Latest update on CDE: news, plans, opportunities...
12:00 – 12:30 - Open conversation: you are invited to share examples of current practice, or anything that has inspired/informed you in recent months.
Please feel free to come along for the whole session, or to just drop in for the parts that feel relevant for you: please bring any thoughts, ideas or questions. This session will provide an informal and welcoming space for Declarers to gather, no matter how long you have been involved, how developed your cultural practice is, or how advanced your knowledge of sustainability is!
We’d love to see you there.
Register in advance for this meeting:
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.
Saturday 5th June 2021
The House of Fairy Tales launches Live from 2050, an underwater audio adventure created in partnership with the National Maritime Museum.
The experience is inspired by 30x30, the campaign to protect 30% of the world’s oceans by 2030 and is part of an exciting national school programme called The Great Imagining, which empowers young people to have a voice and to imagine a greener, fairer, wiser future by placing creativity at the heart of education. This programme is being developed by arts and education charity The House of Fairy Tales in partnership with the UK’s finest and most established (and emerging) Institutions, creatives, scientists and experts.
Photos taken from workshops at Rame, credit Martin Hampton
WHAT WORLD ARE YOU DREAMING OF?
Sat 5th and Sun 6th June, Carbis Bay, Cornwall
Ahead of the #G7 summit, the #LetterstotheEarth campaign team is collaborating with the creatives behind Choose Love, Glimpse Collective, and resident artists Still/Moving (of 'Speedwell') to invite local people to share their vision of the world they're dreaming of.
Drop in throughout the weekend to share stories, connect with nature and contribute to a large scale collective art work that reflects the future you want to see.
More detail and free bookings:
Letters to the Earth is recruiting for a Social Media Coordinator - Starting 14th June or sooner
With an ambitious COP26 campaign to be launched this month, thanks to support from Vivobarefoot and in collaboration with the creative pioneers behind the 'Choose Love' campaign, Glimpse, LTTE is looking for someone with social media expertise to join the team.
We have £920 to offer (at a day rate of £120 a day) for someone able to get stuck in ASAP working with our team and a Glimpse strategist to build LTTE's own social media platforms, audience and content over the next few weeks. Ideally this is someone who'd like to continue to work with us throughout the year.
Please get in touch with co-ordinators Kay and Jon at email@example.com or 07814919928 if interested.