Installation view, Daniel Pryde-Jarman, Potemkin. Image courtesy Meadow Arts Photographer, Stefan Handy

Art and Climate Roundtable
Tuesday 18 April, 5 – 8pm
Free hybrid event:
The Art House, Castle Street, Worcester WR1 3HN or online

The Art and Climate Roundtable, featuring voices from leading artists and hosted by Andy Flyers Sustainability Director at Hay Festival), the panellists, including Andrew Howe, Naiza Khan and Sally Payen, will discuss how their practice responds to the environment and how art can impact the climate change emergency.. This event is part of the Meadow Arts curated exhibition titled “Watermark”, (28 January – 3 June 2023), a contemporary art exhibition exploring water, flooding and the climate crisis in partnership with venues across Worcester.

Following this event there will be a live, open-air performance by Dancefest at the University of Worcester City Campus terraces.

Ten talented artists are showcasing their work across four different venues in Worcester, namely Worcester City Art Gallery and Museum, St Swithun’s, The Hive, and the University of Worcester City Campus terraces.

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