Climate Reflections: Human Stories of Hope & Fear
This five-day multi-media exhibition illuminates the voices of communities from around the world including Bangladesh, Sweden and Scotland and their stories of their changing places as the climate crisis develops. The free exhibition runs from 18-22 November and brings together podcasts created as part of the Scottish Communities Climate Action Network's Future Voices project, and photography and video from the Environmental Justice Foundation's No Place to Call Home exhibition, first shown at the National Theatre in London.
The work has been rewoven and recreated to produce an immersive experience in Climate Reflections. Join us at our launch event on the 18 November to hear, see and understand these reflections and responses to the impact of the climate crisis - challenging what we already know, and exploring the impact stories can have. Refreshments, speakers and more to be expected.
Learn more and attend
The exhibition is free and will take place at Out of the Blue, 36 Dalmeny St, Edinburgh, EH6 8RG 18-22 November.
Wild Things: Art exhibition by Jethro Buck
Jethro Buck is a painter with a special interest in Indian art, who applies traditional techniques, often using hand-ground natural pigments, to explore and celebrate the natural world. His exhibition Wild Things will take place at the Crane Kalman Gallery and run from 21st November 2019 – 11th January 2020.
Mammals Past - 20,000 BC
Jethro and Crane Kalman are pleased to announce a collaboration with EJF, in publishing a limited edition print of the artist’s 2019 painting Mammals Past - 20,000 BC. It illustrates the abundance of Mammalian life on earth from pre-history to the near present but under-scores the threat of future extinction of many of these wonderful species.
I see the act of painting the natural world as part of a wider endeavour to establish a relationship with it. My appreciation for a tree, a leaf, a mountain or a fish becomes greater after having painted it.
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