Launch night Friday 2nd August – Exhibition continues all weekend!

Private view is ticketed (but free), book on Eventbrite.

Adapt is putting on an environmental exhibition like no other! 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, we are inviting people to learn about, and act on global warming through our huge specially designed space. Visit the gallery and tackle the biggest issues facing the planet, including energy, travel and re-wilding.

Sadness is a no gO-Zone curates artists’ and designers’ responses to the climate crisis and the work of environmental organisation Adapt. With a focus on happiness and motivation, the exhibition handles climate communication in an innovative way! Expect laughs, engaging visual art and some audience participation, alongside a program of events and a fundraising shop.

🌎 When?? After the launch night on the 2nd of August the exhibition will remain open for the rest of the weekend. Come join us for workshops, talks and Climate Change SEED-Dating. More info coming soon!

💫 Work produced specially for the exhibition by a selected group of exciting artists and designers, plus work by Adapt themselves.

❣️ World Play: Installations including a real life Blind Dates to help you be a better earth-lover and find your dream green energy supplier, environmental video art, a very special raffle AND MORE!

We are volunteers, and are trying to raise funds to make this the best and most sustainable it can be! If you want to help us, our kickstarter is here!

Contributing Artists, more announced in the next week!

  • Axel Pellatanche
  • Bonnie Workmann
  • Cath Shayler
  • Dalton Maag
  • Danilo Kuchumov
  • David Renton
  • Rachel Zetah Becker
  • George Gibb
  • Hannah Schrage
  • Holly St Clair
  • Javier Lopez
  • Johan Elmhag
  • Josie Tucker
  • Jack Smith
  • Maria Giemza
  • Ollie Deans
  • Snooty Studio
  • Richard Ashton
  • William Davey
    + way more!
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