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SUPERBLOOM showcases the very best of collaborative working, idea germination and climate activism through creative means.

SUPERBLOOM is the student showcase celebrating collaborative working, idea germination and climate activism through creativity.

In collaboration with artists Beccy McCray and Angela YT Chan, King’s students from across the university present a series of works exploring themes including environmental justice, biomimicry and our relationship with the natural world.

This vibrant and experimental showcase investigates how we can support creative climate action and generate new visions for the future. Hope, creativity and collaboration will be present in abundance in an exhibition created to mark the conclusion of activity from the 22/23 Collective cohort.

About King’s Culture Climate Collective

The Collective supports students’ arts, creativity and storytelling as powerful forces for transforming our climate emergency. Convened by King’s Culture and created with and for King’s students, the Collective’s activity encompasses collaborative arts projects alongside vibrant participatory events to enable students to build community, generate new visions and take action for a sustainable future.  

The exhibition is open in the Arcade on 30-31 March and 3-6 April.

You’re also invited to join us on 30 & 31 March for these events organised by KCLSU and King’s Culture Climate Collective:

Free plant pot painting
30 March 2023, 12-3pm

A Poem’s Roots
31 March 2023, 11am-1pm

"During this project, I am inspired to contribute to addressing climate change, and think of how my own choices impact nature."

Student from the Culture Climate Collective

Event details

Bush House Arcade
Arcade at Bush House, South Wing, Strand WC2B 4PJ