ARTISTS / IDEAS / NOW – Conflict, Colonialism & the Climate Crisis 

Friday 17 July, 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm



This event will be hosted on Zoom
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How is the climate crisis affecting communities that are already experiencing the destruction of their environments and land due to conflict and colonialism? 

How are artists in the MENA region approaching these multiple narratives around crisis whilst creating space to imagine a better future?

Liverpool Arab Arts Festival launches its theme for 2021, Climate Crisis, through a conversation around how the response to a global emergency is impacted by local experience. Displaced communities, uninhabitable land, a shortage of resources – these are already daily experiences for many in communities across the Arab world and the Middle East.

Panel to be announced.

Led by some of the most exciting Arab artists across the globe, this series aims to address the most pressing and complexed conversations of this moment and the action we can take moving forward. It is curated in collaboration with Creative Destruction.

There are two other conversations in this series;

Art, Identity &Solidarity
I Am Here, Artists Working Under Isolation

Creative Destruction is an initiative to connect arts, activism and politics by building unique spaces where complexed, radical and new conversations can happen.


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