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Can or Cannot? Making Sustainable Art Events The Norm

Green Nudge (Singapore)

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  • Living Room, Festival House
    21 May & 3 June 2021

    21 May, Fri
    11am - 1pm

    3 June, Thu
    10am - 12pm
  • By Invite Only


    • 2h


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Workshop

Can or Cannot? Making Sustainable Art Events The Norm

Green Nudge (Singapore)

Can or Cannot? Making Sustainable Art Events The Norm is a mapping workshop for the performing arts to diagnose the obstacles to overcome in our industry’s journey towards becoming more sustainable in our production and consumption. Led by Green Nudge, this workshop is designed specifically for the key sector players to think about how we can ’nudge’ peers, colleagues and audiences to think green when in staging plays, performances, or produce events and festivals. 

The workshop sessions are briefly summarised to the gaps identified within the sector in incorporating sustainability in our events and green talking points that industry players can utilise to nudge behaviours.


About Green Nudge


Green Nudge is a social enterprise based in Singapore that supports companies and communities to achieve positive environmental impact through activities, outreach and training and advisory. We believe that lasting environmental impact can be achieved collectively and organically and focuses on creating lasting sustainable mass events; building long-term engagement with companies and communities. In doing so, we want to change the way we create and deal with waste in Singapore.  




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