Papa Don’t Preach: music industry & communicating climate change
Tue, Nov 10, 2020
at 5:05 PM
ABOUT THIS WEBINAR
ClientEarth Summit - Day 2 Global landscape, global players
Session 9: Papa Don’t Preach: music industry & communicating climate change
10 November at 9:00am PST | 12:00pm EST | 5:00pm GMT - Duration 45 minutes
You don’t have to work in the environmental sector to speak effectively about climate change. How can the creative industries and those with a platform in music and popular culture best use it to advocate for environmental causes?
Musicians and those in the creative industries have the power to bring people together like no other mediums can. The messages from artists have a long history of inspiring movements for social and environmental change. In the face of the climate emergency, how can the creative industries navigate championing the causes they support while continuing to build genuine in-depth reciprocal relationships with audiences, fans and peers?
Please join us for a conversation focused on actionable takeaways for artists, music, creative industries and anyone who would like to be part of inspiring positive change at scale at this crucial time for people and planet.
Speakers Caius Pawson, Young Turks Founder, XL Recordings Director
Nicky Hawkins, Director of Impact, UK, Frameworks Institute
Dan Deacon, American soundtrack composer and electronic musician
Marika Anthony-Shaw, Founder and CEO, Plus1
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Tuesday, November 10, 2020 at 5:05 PM
Who can attend?Anyone with the event link can attend
Founder @ Young Turks record label and Director @ XL Recordings
Caius Pawson founded Young Turks in 2005, initially as a series of raves and gigs. While always maintaining the spirit of those formative years, Young Turks now works across a broad spectrum of the arts. Via the Young Turks record label,...
Nicky has worked in communications for UK nonprofit organisations for 15 years, including shaping and delivering campaigns on climate change and child poverty and leading a strategic communications initiative on human rights and social justice....
American soundtrack composer and electronic musician
Dan Deacon is one of the most life-affirming live artists with his work featured in eight films, including the documentaries Rat Film and Time Trial and HBO’s Well Groomed; collaborating with the New York City Ballet’s resident choreographer...
Artists have always been at the forefront of social change, and for violinist and violist Marika Anthony-Shaw, driving social engagement has been at the core of her musical endeavour. While initially gaining recognition in the Grammy-winning...