Deuren openom 13:30Tijd14:00 tot 17:00Entree7,50LocatieIJzaal
Warming Up Festival | Climate Story Lab
Tweedaags industry event voor storytellers en koplopers in de klimaatbeweging
While the concern around climate change is normal, eco-anxiety describes a state of being overwhelmed by the sheer scale, complexity and seriousness of the problem. Often accompanied by guilt for contributing to the problem. The media and entertainment industry is not helping. A doom and gloom narrative, which emphasizes problems, costs, and adverse impact, is the most dominant narrative on climate change.
Climate Story Lab aims to inspire and connect an international community of storytellers to engage with the topic of climate change in a more diverse and profound way. Not just the doom and gloom, but also the hopeful and transformative power of this dire moment in history.
The two day event brings together inspiring frontrunners of the current climate movement (activists, advocates, foundations, psychologists, scientists, journalists) to the (online) stage to share their journeys, as well as international professionals from the storytelling community to share their views on and experience with impactful stories around climate change, after which we open up the floor for discussion: What stories do we need to tell? What stories, whose stories are not being heard? What stories can amplify and accelerate change?
The next day we host a writers room for individual projects to work on their own story ideas, building on inspiration from the previous day.
Warming Up Festival
Tolhuistuin is Warming Up. Net als de rest van de wereld. Maar wat betekent dat? Hoe willen we verder? En, wat doet het met ons? Kom er achter tijdens Warming Up festival 2021 in Tolhuistuin!
Warming Up Festival presenteert vijf dagen op rij een spannend programma met kunst, muziek, theater, talkshows, podcasts en spoken word. We gaan in gesprek met kunstenaars, politici, journalisten en activisten.
Op het programma staan Ruben Hein, Collectief Walden, Activist Bootcamp, Joya Mooi, Woorden Worden Zinnen, Patrick Nederkoorn en Climate Church.
Het hele programma wordt de komende weken bekend gemaakt.