Whole Earth? satellite exhibition
WHOLE EARTH? exhibition is based on the premise that the future belongs to today’s young people and that students and universities everywhere can play a major role in making society more sustainable. The exhibition provides the kind of evidence students need to join the debate about their future. Read more about Whole Earth? on these pages in an article from Mark Edwards the exhibitions’ creator. But it’s not prescriptive – it’s an invitation to students and their tutors to articulate the kind of world they want to live in, and, through Students Organising for Sustainability bring them together to show political and business leaders support to take the difficult long-term decisions that underpin security for all.
Exhibited at The Hive in October and coming onto the University of Worcester St John’s campus in January 2016 it has already caught the imagination of Worcester residents, school children and university students.
A photographic response and local view of sustainability is showing at Worcester Arts Workshop in Samsome Walk, Worcester from Tuesday 3rd November to Monday 30th November. Local photographers along with young volunteers from Worcester Roots Foundation are showing pictures which explore sustainability initiatives implemented in the Midlands. Each collection of photographs captures the photographer’s personal interpretation of sustainability.
Kay Emblen-Perry presents “Traditional Toys”, a collection of pictures of antique toys and games that have been taken in National Trust properties within Worcestershire and Warwickshire. These photographs highlight the role that social history plays within sustainability.
Chris Bullock presents “Duck Brook Community Orchard”, a collection of pictures showing the use of natural materials on a community allotment in Worcester. These photographs highlight the role natural resources play within sustainability.
David Emsley presents “Regeneration of Urban Waterways”, a collection of pictures taken along canals in Birmingham and Coventry. These photographs highlight the role social and environmental improvements play within sustainability.
Colin Prior presents “Sustainability on the Allotment”, a collection of photographs taken on his allotment in Halesowen. These photographs highlight the role local food plays within sustainability.
Young volunteers from the Worcester Roots Foundation present a collection of pictures showing the number and variety of projects undertaken throughout Worcestershire. These photographs highlight the role environmental improvement plays within sustainability.
Free to enter and open during cafe opening hours do come and view the local response. You are warmly invited to attend an open view Saturday 28th November at 6.30pm at Worcester Arts Workshop, to book to come along please use the form below.
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