GCC Berlin: Climate Action in the Art World

6 May 2022, 2pm - 6pm CEST

Callie's, Berlin

Register here

 

The arts have always played a vital role in times of social change. Right now, change is needed more than ever.

 

To celebrate the one-year anniversary of the launch of Gallery Climate Coalition Berlin, the Berlin volunteers will be inviting colleagues and friends to join the team at Callie’s on Friday 6 May for an afternoon of Climate Action.

 

The afternoon will feature two-panel discussions and a series of practical breakout sessions, bringing together an array of voices from across the sector to address the climate crisis, share solutions, and set actions for the art world going forward.

 

Talks will begin promptly at 2pm. Doors will be open from 1:30pm.

 

Register for a FREE ticket here.

 

More details will be announced soon.

 


 

 

Panel One:

Kate Brown (moderator) - Artnet

Andreas Greiner - Artist

Kathrin Grotz - Institute für Museumsforschung

Luiza Prado De O. Martins - Artist, Writer, Educator, and Researcher

Tino Sehgal - Artist

 

Panel Two:

Hannah Beck-Mannagetta & Lena Fließbach  - Zero Waste Exhibitions

Kim Kraczon - Conservator & Sustainability Specialist

Caitlin Southwick (moderator) - Ki Culture

Adriana Tranca - E-WERK Luckenwalde

  

Breakout sessions

The GCC Berlin team will host informative and interactive breakout sessions. Areas will be set up with hosts available to share best practices, answer questions, and identify areas for further action on topics such as Shipping, Carbon Reporting, Energy and Packaging.

 

Drinks in the courtyard from 6-8pm

Following the discussions drinks provided by Old Well Distillery and BRLO will be available to purchase in the courtyard. 

 


 

 

As a registered charity, GCC relies on donations to sustain our operations.

 

Whilst tickets are free, we ask that anyone who can afford to donates to the charity to cover the costs of the event.

 

Through the generosity of our supporters, volunteers and collaborators we have been able to build the foundations of a meaningful and sector-specific response to the climate crisis. Donations are used to support the operations, research and development of the charity.

 

If you wish to donate to the GCC at any point, you can do so via our website.