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King’s Culture Climate Collective

The Vision

King’s Culture Climate Collective supports students’ arts, creativity and storytelling as powerful forces for transforming our climate emergency. Created with and for King’s students, the Collective will feature collaborative arts projects alongside vibrant participatory events to enable you to build community, generate new visions and take action for a sustainable future. 

How you will be supported

The Collective upholds three priorities for students. They are: 

To build community by creating spaces and art that foster hope, agency and reconnections to students’ shared roots of support. 

To embrace new values by increasing students’ awareness of environmental injustices and amplify their voices in the fight for change.

To seed superblooms by providing students with new knowledge, networks and skills, supporting students’ professional development as emerging social and cultural leaders.

How to get involved 

Attend a Weathervane Gathering

Weathervanes bring together dozens of King’s students - ranging from the passionate to the simply curious - for empowering events that blend collective artmaking, ideas exchange and sustainable feasts. You will set the agenda, sharing your wellbeing practices and creative strategies for climate activism.

Got an idea for a project or just simply curious and looking to connect? Join us at the first Weathervane event on 13 October 2022. Book your place here.


Participate in a Groundwater Project

For students wanting to expand their arts and climate activism, the Groundwater Projects bring you into a team with cutting-edge professional artists to dream up and deliver cultural experiences that highlight climate issues and inspire change.  Each Groundwater Project is unique to the vision of the students and artists leading it: from zinemaking to short films, from campus installations to pop-up street performances. 

Participation in a Groundwater Project counts towards the King’s Experience Champion for Change award. Sign up to the King’s Cultural Community student newsletter to stay alert to future Groundwater opportunities!

Who We Are

The Collective brings together students of all backgrounds under the guidance and support of a combined staff team drawn from King's Culture, Sustainability, and the Climate Action Network.

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Stay in touch

Email the Culture team

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For students

Find out more about cultural activities and opportunities for Students across King's