Creatives and specialists come together to imagine the inhabitants of an alternative future, to ask what it might actually feel like to live in a culture of care – for each other, and for the living earth.
This intimate event forms part of the ‘research-in-public’ for our forthcoming theatre show Love Letters to a Liveable Future.
As always METIS involves a diverse network of artists and experts in alternative ways of organising, creating richly detailed audience experiences. The one hour session will be hosted on Zoom by our director Zoë Svendsen who will be joined in conversation by Phil Teer, Maria Adebowale-Schwarte and Indra Adnan.
Maria Adebowale-Schwarte is a place and city strategist, focusing on collaborative design, policy, and funding models that are inclusive, equitable, and champion social value. She’s the founder of Living Space Project and the CEO of the Foundation for Future London.
Indra Adnan is Co-Initiator of The Alternative UK – part of a global network of political platforms originating with Alternativet in Denmark. Her commitment is to globally networked grassroots politics that release the power of people and communities to sustain the planet.
Phil Teer is an award winning brand strategist and the author of The Coming Age of Imagination: How universal basic income will lead to an explosion of creativity. He’s a powerful advocate for UBI’s potential to unleash the massive untapped potential in society. After all, we’re all good at something.
Love Letters for a Liveable Future is commissioned by Season for Change, a nationwide programme of artistic and cultural events that celebrate the environment and inspire urgent climate action. Led by Julie’s Bicycle and Artsadmin, and supported by Arts Council England and Paul Hamlyn Foundation.
This event will be streamed live. Details will be sent to bookers on the morning of 01 April.BOOK NOW