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On 11 February, join Climate Museum UK for an interactive workshop using artworks and creative making to explore issues of climate change.

The session will respond to The Lost Girl exhibition, in which objects become clues to regain memory, identity and sense of place. The Climate Museum UK team will offer a collection of objects to stimulate conversation and stories about the climate change situation, how it feels to be here, and where society might be headed.

Participants will be invited to create their own object to add to the Museum, to help guide others with these questions about the role of museums and art in a time of loss, change and uncertainty.

The workshop is free but places are limited, so please sign up for your place here.

About the team

Climate Museum UK is a new mobile museum creatively stirring and collecting responses to the Climate and Ecological Emergency. The team consists of artists and communicators with experience in climate engagement. Through their programmes and projects, the team help people explore climate change through creativity, as well as providing opportunities to learn about the issues and take action. 


The Lost Girl

13 January – 28 February 2020 | Monday – Friday, 12.00 – 17.00

The Lost Girl is an exhibition by Kate McMillan presented by the Department of Culture, Media and Creative Industries at King’s College London with funding from the Australia Council for the Arts; Arts Council England and the Arts & Humanities Research Institute at King’s. The exhibition and events programme is supported by the university’s Culture team.

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Event details

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