Live Online Event
Friday 25 Sept 2020
11am – 12noon
Wales is the only country in the world where the wellbeing of future generations is government policy with the ‘Wellbeing of Future Generations Act’.
Rosie Strang, Co-Director of Articulture talks to Phil George, Chair of Arts Council of Wales, and Clare Pillman, Chief Executive of Natural Resources Wales and Board member of National Theatre Wales, about how cross sector collaborations between culture and environment here in Wales and across borders can help us meet our current challenges of inequality, pandemic and climate emergency, to take care of our future generations.
Watch – View live here
A recording will also be available shortly after the event. Captioning for the recording will be available in English.
About Creative Landscapes
Creative Landscapes is a series of free live online events and podcasts to explore and celebrate creative collaboration between artists, producers and land managers both in Wales and across borders, and the mutually beneficial and inspiring work in the outdoors that fruitful collaboration can create.
Taking place as part of the Wye Valley River Festival re-imagined online in 2020 and the National Association of Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty’s ‘Landscapes for Life’ week, Creative Landscapes is curated by Articulture, in collaboration with the Festival team.
Image – Articulture Gathering – Credit Giles Bennet & Keith Morris