Art for Clim’Act is a project to act against the socioeconomic impacts of climate change through the creation of an artistic, participative and common awareness campaign in all the Mediterranean. Led by duos of artists and activists in Egypt, France, Greece and Tunisia, Art for Clim’Act aims at creating a space for dialogue between civil society and policy makers by fostering advocacy around environmental issues.
All the creative actions set up locally in the Mediterranean will take place simultaneously during the Med’Action Festival taking place in October 2022.
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Co-creation Lab #1
These activists shared their actions
- Banlastic | Egypt
- Make Use | Greece
- Scouts of Tunisia | Tunisia
- CIM CPRM/ Spain
- Mare Nostrum | Algeria
- MYC (Mediterranean Youth Council) | Kosovo/med region
These artivists shared their actions
- SMouTh | Greece
- 6 Bab Sharq | Egypt
- Faycal Marrakchi photographer | Tunisia
- Amuzik | France
International Artistic workshop in Marseille
Co-creation Lab #2
June 20th 2022 online
Over 30 participants gathered to take part in Art for Clim’Act campaign by proposing their own actions!
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Les Têtes de l’Art is an association active since 1996 in popular education through participative and artistic practice. The projects and programs led by les Têtes de l’Art are anchored in its local context while being open on intercultural exchange. As part of its international and Mediterranean actions, the association dedicates several projects to environment awareness campaigns and actions.
Banlastic Egypt is based in Alexandria and aims to ban single use plastic by tackling the public awareness through the organisation of interactive beach cleanups with the beach visitors, offering a number of workshops that focus on plastic pollution and different environmental topics, beside various environmental advocacy events. They also offer alternative products to single use plastic and connect with policy makers to support their environmental activism with plastic ban laws.
Synergy of Music Theatre (S.Mou.Th.) is an non profit organisation whose workforce is a group of dedicated, experienced and emerging artists. S.Mou.Th. has been founded in Larissa-Greece, in 2001. The fundamental objectives of S.Mou.Th. are to provide youth and adults opportunities of initiation, training, education, creation, inclusion, research and professionalization, in the performing and audiovisual arts, and by this process, to reinvent the means of artistic expression.
The Tunisian Scouts are known for citizenship training through community service. The movement is active on public constructions as well as literacy campaigns. Lately, their main actions are focused on the environment with e.g cleaning actions, tree planting etc.
Fun and awareness through music
Founded in 2019 in the south of France, the musical duo has one main objective: raising awareness among the young generations on our environmental impact by questioning our relationship with waste and reuse. Batucada, workshops to build recycled music instruments, all means are good to cheerfully pass on their message with of course, music!
Cultural space for emerging artists
6 bab sharq is an Alexandrian cultural center that was created with the support of the Goethe Institut in 2019. Today, the structure is aiming at supporting emerging artists from various artistic fields by creating a community of Alexandrians of different backgrounds who share a common interest in arts and culture.
Active citizenship to impact your environment
Make Use is a committed project led in Larisse, Greece that focuses on the involvement of the youth in voluntary activities, aiming at increasing solidarity and engagement. Make Use brings together the concerns of young citizens related to a variety of local matters and problems to take part in discussions and to take action with the wish to raise awareness and activation among all inhabitants.