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Toolkits for Climate Change: The Role of Art in Climate Advocacy

Climate Conversations (Singapore)

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  • Living Room, Festival House
    15 May 2021

    15 May, Sat
    11.30am, 3pm
  • Free with registration 

    (Up to 2 groups of 5 per session) 


    • 1h 30m


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Toolkits for Climate Change: The Role of Art in Climate Advocacy

Climate Conversations (Singapore)

Toolkits for Climate Change focuses on the role art can play in facilitating conversations and dialogues for climate advocacy. How do we tell stories about climate change through visual archives? Climate Conversations will lead the audience through a contemplative journey to think about values and personal stake in climate breakdown, ending with an empowering exercise for audiences to consider how they can take a more active role in advocating for climate change. 


About Climate Conversations


Climate Conversations seeks to build a society that lives in balance and peace with one another and the miraculous natural systems that support life on earth. At Climate Conversations, we are building this society, one circle of friends at a time and we want to build a critical mass of people that will support the actions needed to address climate breakdown.  




Scott Silven (UK)

Chong Gua Khee and Bernice Lee (Singapore)

Various Artists