Friday 28th January Panel Discussion: Are You Living Comfortably? Creating a Culture of Energy Efficiency In Our Homes.
As part of Open Eye Gallery’s LOOK Climate Lab 2022, this panel explores how artists, scientists, agencies, and politicians can come together to support individuals and communities living in Victorian housing stock to become more energy efficient.
McCoy Wynne’s artist residency at the University of Salford Energy House, awarded by the University of Salford Art Collection and Open Eye Gallery, is the catalyst for this discussion. Are You Living Comfortably? Is being exhibited at Open Eye Gallery, Liverpool, as part of the Look Climate Lab 2022 – 26th January – 6th February. More Information here.
Panel includes: Steve Rotherham, Metro Mayor, Liverpool City Region; Stephanie Wynne and Steve McCoy, Photographers in Residence at Energy House, University of Salford; Dr Richard Fitton, Reader in Energy Performance of Buildings, Energy House, University of Salford; Jon Hutchinson, Programme Director, Groundwork Cheshire, Lancashire, Merseyside. Moderated by Sarah Fisher, Director, Open Eye Gallery.
COMING UP: Rediscovering Urban Green Spaces.
Wednesday 23rd February, 6 – 7 pm.
As part of the ongoing LOOK Climate Lab, You Belong Here artists Hilary Jack and Lizzie King in discussion with our Digital Content and Engagement Officer Alistair Small, and historian Carole O’Reilly to explore: the radical past, present and future(s) of urban parks, and the process of working with a public green spaces as sites of visual art production.
More Information and tickets available here!