Our world is a truly beautiful place, but as it changes, how will it look in the future? As part of a weekend celebrating UK artist Adam Chodzko’s new film Deep Above (which explores our attitude to climate change), we’re inviting families to join in the debate about what the world of the future could and should look like. In this hands-on creative workshop, families and friends will use cuttings and drawings to create a huge collage depicting their alternative visions for our planet and the human race.
Lead by set designer Claire Barnett and artist filmmaker Mat Fleming, the workshop aims to inspire an important inter-generational discussion about the issues we face today and our hopes and desires for the future.
This workshop is most suited to 6-12 year olds and their parents, carers and friends. Younger hands can still join in by designing and making a climate change fortune teller - put your drawings and ideas inside your fortune teller that looks at how we can help our environment.
Please note that all children must be accompanied by an adult.
Claire Barnett is a creative arts workshop leader based in Brighton. Her focus on environmental art projects is informed by her experience creating theatre and film sets. Mat Fleming is an artist filmmaker living and working in Newcastle upon Tyne. He is a founding member of Star and Shadow Cinema and Film Bee; a filmmaking co-operative. His artworks have been screened internationally at film festivals, exhibitions, and as live performances. He is currently artist in residence at Dundee University’s Imaging Facility.
These workshops have been produced in association with Invisible Dust, advised by Dr Adam Harris, University College London, and Shambala Festival and funded by the Wellcome Trust. Presented in partnership with Watershed and Festival of Ideas as part of Bristol Green Capital.
We’re getting a new kitchen in December
Throughout December the builders will be in to fit our new kitchen. We will still have a Soups and Sharing Platters menu and the bar will be open as usual but as the kitchen will be closed Cinebites is going to take a month’s break. Find out more here, including details of the schedule of work. Thank you for your patience in advance.