We have received funding from the AHRC to help set-up a new research network. Led by Agnes Czajka of the Open University, it will bring together researchers and grassroots arts and culture organisations across four distinct socio-cultural and physical countries – Cuba, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Jordan and the UK – to explore the potential of arts and humanities-based methodologies for developing local and international educational capacity on climate change-induced food and livelihoods insecurities. This is part of my ongoing work with Eva Sajovic.
The project is a collaboration with the Open University (Agnes Czajka); International Burch University (Dzeneta Karabegovic and Jasmin Hasic); Counterpoints Arts; grassroots organisations in Cuba (Riera Studio), Bosnia and Herzegovina (Most Mira), and Jordan (Auranitis); and Eva Sajovic.
We begin our work in Cuba in April 2019 with Riera Studio . A Learning Lab and public programme will take place at Tate Exchange Tate Modern, London, in late 2019. Website here Instagram: @picturingclimate