Tuesday 15th November, 17:00-19:30, Strand Campus Great Hall
On Tuesday 15th November King’s Culture Climate Collective is presenting Weathervane: We Not I, a joyful evening of collective artmaking and a student-led call to action from the Great Hall on Strand Campus.
As COP27 approaches and millions of young people once again hold their breath for meaningful political action, how do we create space for King’s students to share their climate hopes and fears, their dreams for a just and sustainable future?
Weathervane answers that call, featuring a range of empowering activities including:
- The creation of We Are A Sea, a live unfolding mass artwork led by artist Beccy McCray exploring our relationship to water through the mixing of plant dyes
- A talk from youth social justice organiser Simmone Ahiaku about how to turn climate anxiety into hope, resistance, and change
- A showcase of specially created climate justice posters created by King’s students
- The creation of the Climate Action Network Collective Manifesto, The Wall of Hope, a sustainable crochet masterclass and more!
Refreshments will be provided. Open to all students and stuff, however space is limited. RSVP via Eventbrite.