Curator

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Andrew Styan

An emerging new media artist whose artistic strategies for understanding natural processes reflect previous research as a metallurgist and lifelong interests in nature, photography and science.

Becky Burchell

A creater and producer of arts events that encourage sustainability and positive responses to the challenges of environmental threats and climate change.

Beth Barlow

A socially engaged artist working with Transition Northwich to develop creative actions to rethink waste and who has taught sustainable development to those struggling in school.

Chris Fremantle

A researcher and producer working across health and environments / ecologies, and creator of ecoartscotland.

Clare Redfern

An editor of Green Christian and organiser of an environment group, using films, music and poetry to communicate climate change and motivate group formation.

Ellie Mawby

An artist whose drawings and mixed-media textiles illustrate the visibility and invisibility of air pollution and toxic particles we can’t see but are still very present.

Emma Welton

A composer and performer driven by a desire to respond to global climate concerns, using recordings of electricity generation, combined with live instruments and tools.

James Brady

An interdisciplinary artist-curator, publisher and climate activist endeavouring to reveal creative patterns embodied within our symbiosis with places, environments, natural systems, and with each other.

Jo Matthews

An artist, producer and researcher whose practice is embedded in long-term research and fieldwork, developing a body of work concerned with fear and isolation within society.

Kenneth McLeod

Convener of the Anthropocene Transitions Program at UTS Business School, Sydney, stimulating transformations for the challenges of an age of radical uncertainty and existential crisis.

Laura Coleman
is a ClimateCultures Author

A researcher investigating the role of arts venues in the context of climate change, and Founder of ONCA, a gallery and performance space inspiring positive action. 

Mark Goldthorpe
is a ClimateCultures Author

An independent researcher, project and events manager, and writer on environmental and climate change issues – investigating, supporting and delivering cultural and creative responses.

Mary Woodbury
is a ClimateCultures Author

A fiction writer, researcher and curator of websites exploring ecology in fiction and providing ecoliterature resources for writers.

Ottavia Virzi
is a ClimateCultures Author

A set and costume designer focusing on sustainability, heritage crafts and social history, and associate artist with Art Rise Up, a group merging art and activism.

Renata Tyszczuk

An academic and artist exploring global environmental change and provisionality in architectural thinking and practice, who convenes the Culture and Climate Change research and engagement framework.

Roger Turner

An historian of air studying how humans have tried to understand the atmosphere, working with media and museums to tell compelling stories grounded in archival documents.

Ruth Garde
is a ClimateCultures Author

An independent writer and curator working at the intersection between the arts and science and a lover of landscape, space and psychogeography.

Sabina Sallis

A researching, collaborating, exhibiting artist and curator, using video, drawing, performance, sculpture and narrative that interweave fact and fiction to explore possible sustainable futures.

Sally Moss
is a ClimateCultures Author

A writer, editor, researcher and activist exploring the cultural shift required to live regeneratively and adapt well to the Anthropocene.

Shamini Holloway

A researcher, film maker and festival manager creating strategies to deliver sustainability through the arts and research ways to disseminate education in an entertaining way.

Veronica Sekules
is a ClimateCultures Author

An art curator, educator and writer with a background in the environmental movement, who has created GroundWork Gallery to showcase art and campaign for the environment.