What would our world, our city and our lives look like if we all took action? Join us for a fun family day focusing on themes of sustainability and saving our planet.
When: Saturday 15 Feb from 10.00 – 16.00
Where: Gulbenkian, Canterbury
Tickets for the WHOLE DAY are only £2! and can be booked online now. Please note some of the events below have a limited capacity, and will be first come, first served on the day.
Book now on the Gulbenkian website
Join artist Amanda Thesiger on a Nature Walk through the university grounds with no particular destination in mind, allowing yourself to be led by your senses.
Artist Peter Morton is back with a hands-on Animation Workshop inspired by all things treeish.
Enjoy a live performance from members of Pequeño Samba Pelo Mar, Whitstable’s community samba band.
Our chefs demonstrate live how to cook a delicious meal, using only locally produced ingredients from within a 30 mile radius!
Spoken word artist Henry Maddicott asks you to put pen to paper and write a Letter to the Earth (you can perform it too later if you like!).
Help artist Hope Fitzgerald to make small folded books which capture important ideas from the day.
Come and have your say on a range of climate change topics in one of our Mini Citizens Assemblies, and put in your vote on how you think things should change.
At the end of the day, join a discussion panel of climate change experts and activists and hear the results from our day of Mini Citizens Assemblies.
What will you do to help save the planet? Grab a pen and add your action or pledge to our Sustainabili-TREE.
Film Screenings: (ticketed separately at £3pp)
Wall-E – 10.00
2040 – 13.00
The Biggest Little Farm – 16.00