Two projects weâ€™ve been involved with came together in a good way this weekend. The idea forThe Black Cloud, the public shelter artwork created by Heather and Ivan Morison emerged out of a Bristol residency the RSA Arts & Ecology Centre organised back in 2007, with the support of the Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation. Curated byÂ Situations, the shelter has been hosting a series of community events based loosely on how we imagine our uncertain future â€“ all held literally underÂ The Black Cloud.Â After the discussion it was also host toÂ The Big Draw, the Campaign For Drawingâ€™s great project to get as many people drawing as possible. This year is their tenth year and they asked The RSA Arts & Ecology Centre to pick one of the themes; we choseÂ Look to the future: work together to combat climate change.
Michaela Crimmin, Head of Arts at the RSA was down there this weekend and took this on her phone.
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