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New Sustainable Screen Fund Partnership with BFI
Over the next three years, Julie’s Bicycle will work with the BFI on a new programme to build environmental understanding and action across BFI National Lottery Awardees and the wider screen sector.
An introduction to Climate Justice
A framework to address inequities and reduce further climate change.
Applications Open: CCL Australia 2023
Application Deadline: 6 June | Course Dates: 11 – 16 September 2023 | Where: Bundanon, New South Wales. | Who: artists + cultural practitioners living and working in Australia | Delivered by: Julie’s Bicycle in partnership with Australia Council for the Arts and British Council
Watch again: Creative Climate Tools Webinar
Re-watch our Creative Climate Tools webinar on navigating the platform, and understanding the environmental data you’re collecting.
FESTIVAL.ORG – Greening Outdoor Festivals
A case study from FESTIVAL.ORG – a producer of outdoor arts.
Slung Low’s Environmental Commitments
A case study from from Leeds-based theatre company Slung Low.
PICTURES (from top to bottom) Header carousel – Creative Climate Leadership training, photo by Studio Cano; // Creative Climate Leadership training, photo by Karim Shalaby; // COP26 event, photo by Gaelle Beri; // Howard Assembly Room at Opera North, photo by Tom Arber