Are you an artist working in circus, performance, or dance? Do you also have a passion for climate activism and want to explore creative ways to make an impact? Or are you looking for new avenues to express your artistic talents and develop your circus skills? If so, you should definitely check out the workshops offered by Norwegian artists from Acting for Climate. Get ready for two days of inspiring and exciting meetings with ecological activism. Sign up now and let your creativity bloom!
About the event
During the workshop, we will focus on the theoretical and practical exploration of the connections between climate activism and performative arts. We will delve into the topics of climate change and the loss of biodiversity from an artistic perspective, while also encouraging participants to open their senses and rediscover the world around us. Our aim is to channel all our creativity towards problem-solving and thinking about climate and nature. The participants will get an insight in how the group works creatively with climate related issues, learn methods for creative activism and delve into artistic explorations. During creative research, discussions, games and practical and theoretical explorations we will find out how creativity, combined with site specific circus, can deliver a powerful message of environmental activism.
Wear comfortable clothing that you can move in
Bring a pen, a notebook and a drinking bottle.
We will move, think and reflect with both our bodies and our brains.
When: 27-28 .07 2023
Where: The Saxon Garden in Lublin
For: artists, activists, and all other people interested in using creative expression for exploring themes around sustainability, nature, and environmentalism. Workshops are open to adults who speak English.
Register: Via online form, the number of places is limited, submissions are processed in the order they are received. Free.
TERMS AND CONDITIONS
Please note! The workshop is in English
About the group
The performing arts company Acting for Climate uses art to inspire people to act for a more sustainable future. Through performances and workshops, the group contributes to fostering creative interest in the topic of climate and sharing experiences with others. The workshops serve as a space where they impart knowledge to others while building a community centered around their ideas and practices.
At this year’s Carnaval, the artists will present their original performance entitled BARK.