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Adapt - Sadness is a no gO-Zone

From Friday 2 August

'Sadness is a no gO-zone' is an exhibition created by Adapt, a climate club who use art and design to combat climate change. This event will display works from fifty artists at The Copeland Gallery until 4th August. Come and contemplate the work with a drink from the bar, beats from the decks and a memento from the fundraising shop. Inspiring, cheeky and challenging, it is a creative way to counter the climate chaos.

Adapt is putting on an environmental exhibition like no other! This show is all about exhibiting art and design that poses a defiant and cheeky challenge to the climate crisis.

With ever-more pressing news about climate change hitting our headlines on a daily basis, and a surge of inspiring action taking the country by storm, Adapt are inviting you to get involved. 

  • Learn about, and act on, global warming in their huge specially designed space.
  • View the work of fifty specially selected artists.
  • Visit the gallery to tackle the biggest issues facing the planet, from energy to travel to re-wilding, with curated actions.

The exhibition will focus on happiness, motivation and handling climate communication in an innovative way. Expect laughs, engaging visual art and some audience participation, alongside a programme of events and of course, the gift shop.

Every artist was selected by Adapt and asked to respond to one of their 'chosen phrases'. There are also special pieces by friends of Adapt.

Sadness 3

Shall we clear the air? is one of the artworks in the exhibition?

Interested in other ways artists are taking on the climate catastrophe? 

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