Art Climate Transition
Co-funded by the
Creative Europe Programme
of the European Union
Artsadmin London



United Kingdom

Artsadmin enables artists to create without boundaries, producing bold, interdisciplinary work to share with local, national and international audiences.

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Our focus
  • #climatejustice
  • #collaborative
  • #artistdevelopment
  • #evolving
  • #international

Everything Artsadmin does is underpinned by our core values:

  • Sustainable. Raising awareness of environmental issues through the arts and seeking greener ways of working.
  • Collaborative. Developing long-term relationships with diverse audiences, artists and partners.
  • Encouraging artists to take risks, supporting radical approaches and promoting experimentation.

Artsadmin believes that artists and arts organisations have an important role to play in exploring, communicating and taking practical action against issues around climate change and the environment.

As founder members of this network, we have produced regular projects including our biennial 2 Degrees Festival and commissioned Plunge and Empathy Museum, in collaboration with LIFT. We work with artists and activists, supporting grassroots activity as well as commissioning and producing particular projects and have also taken steps to make the way we work more sustainable, both at our Toynbee Studios home and in the projects we produce all over the world.

“When future generations look back upon the Great Derangement they will certainly blame the leaders and politicians of this time for their failure to address the climate crisis. But they may well hold artists and writers to be equally culpable – for the imagining of possibilities is not, after all, the job of politicians and bureaucrats.” Amitav Ghosh



#ACTAgenda Open call-out ACT Symposium
Open call-out ACT Symposium

London, 28/29 June 2023

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#ACTAgenda #ACTAgenda
Artsadmin London
13 Feb 2023

Open Call ACT Symposium London

File your proposal before February 13!

Call-out for ACT Symposium

On the 28th/29th June 2023 Artsadmin and Art, Climate, Transition (ACT) will be co-hosting an international symposium exploring the intersections between contemporary performance, democratic participation, & environmental justice. This two-day symposium will be based at Toynbee Studios in London and sits alongside What Shall We Build Here festival.

This symposium takes an expanded understanding of political discourse and knowledge dissemination. To get to grips with the big themes we are looking at, and to move the conversation forwards, we need many modes of communication. We are delighted to include an eclectic mix of panel discussions, workshops, walks, performances, talks, keynote lectures, meals & meditations.

We are looking for artists, arts workers, theorists & activists to be a part of this programme. Read more…

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