Dacorum Borough Council is calling on local artists to get creative for the climate and take part in their Climate and Ecological Emergency Exhibition.
The exhibition is being held throughout November to tie in with COP26 – the global climate change conference, which is being hosted by the UK.
The initiative is being launched in collaboration between the Dacorum Climate Action Network and Herts Visual Arts and will feature creative pieces from artists from around the borough. It is hoped that the art will help to encourage Dacorum’s residents to reflect on the challenges that lie ahead of us, but also provide an opportunity to learn about the available solutions, and inspire people to get involved in local climate action.
At the exhibition there will be a range of information about what residents can do to reduce their own carbon footprint and other action that they can take locally to support biodiversity.
All visual art is welcome for submission, including drawings, paintings, photography and poetry. The original pieces will be used for the exhibition.
The deadline for photos of artwork to be uploaded to the online submission form is Sunday 24 October.
Creative pieces will then be selected and the Climate and Ecological Emergency Exhibition will be held in Dacorum Creatives Gallery in the Marlowes, Hemel Hempstead town centre throughout November.
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