As part of Alberta Ecotrust Foundation’s work in the area of energy poverty, we are working with our Artist in Residence, Shumaila Hemani, to explore energy poverty through artistic practice. We are so excited to invite you to Shumaila Hemani’s workshop series: Energy Matters. These series of three workshops aim to create a dialogue about energy accessibility.
As a person who cares deeply about energy affordability and is eager to find more creative ways to make a change in your community, we invite you to become part of a collaborative process that harnesses the power of art to move others to action toward energy justice. In these fun and engaging workshops, you will have an opportunity to step back and explore how energy relates to you, your community, and your vision for the future.
Read more about Shumaila and her work here: https://albertaecotrust.com/news/artist-as-changemaker-residence
If you are interested in attending, please email Shumaila Hemani (cc-ed here: email@example.com) with your expression of interest, including the following information:
ii) Position within the Organization
iii) Your Role in Addressing Energy Poverty
iv) A sentence or two about your interest in the workshop
Organizations are welcome to send more than one participant, so please feel free to share this opportunity with your colleagues. Exact workshop schedule will be determined by a Doodle Poll sent to interested participants.
The present series that will be held in May is supported by the Trico Changemakers residency and ICASC residency. Energy Matters Creative Workshops would not be possible without the generous support of these organizations.
If your organization are interested in supporting future Energy Matters workshops, please reach out to Shumaila (firstname.lastname@example.org).