On Tuesday 18th April the Art House will be hosting the Art and Climate Roundtable Event between 5 and 7 pm as part of Watermark, a contemporary art exhibition exploring water, flooding and the climate crisis in partnership with venues across Worcester.
The panellists Andrew Howe, Naiza Khan, Sally Payen and Mark Richards will discuss how their practices respond to the environment and how art can impact the climate change emergency. The discussion will be chaired by Andy Fryers.
This will be an in-person, free event that will also be streamed live via the internet. Please book your place here.
Following the roundtable event, there will be a live, open-air performance by Dancefest at University of Worcester City Campus terraces between 7.30 and 8 pm, weaving in and around the artworks Flood & Potemkin by Daniel Pryde-Jarman.
I hope to see you there. Please share with your networks.