Thanks to the support of Arts Admin in providing a space at Toynbee Studios, there will be a prototyping workshop on 20th July (2-6 plus drinks until 8). This event will be a part of the Season for Change which is an exciting collaboration between Arts Admin and Julie’s Bicycle sparking cultural responses to the climate emergency.
So, come along to a free workshop to dream up and prototype a mobile Climate Museum UK.
This session will involve working in teams to hack up ideas for a mobile museum using all kinds of stuff like cardboard boxes, coloured paper and pens, old magazines, some key facts and stories, and most importantly drawing on your own ideas and skills.
These prototypes may then be documented and shared online to get public feedback, and subsequently to help fundraise to create the museum.
Places are limited, but participation is not selective. Those most warmly encouraged to book are people who:
- Would be keen to continue being involved in supporting Climate Museum UK beyond this workshop (e.g. helping to fundraise or promote it, or being part of an editorial advisory group)
- Have experience in design, science communication, creative activism, museum interpretation, storytelling, advocacy in climate justice etc.
- Can definitely commit to the date and stay with it for the afternoon (we’ve all done it, booked to a free thing and then not turned up BUT this project is too important for that!)
- Are over 16 (or if under 16 accompanied by an actively participating parent or carer)
To book your free place, go to this Eventbrite link.