Dance with Nature is more than just an environmental project. The aim of this project is to invite people to express their love and appreciation of nature though their creative talents. In collaboration with dancers and dance groups from around the world, we’re working on creating an awe-inspiring shareable video in which nature is invited to become one of the dancers and to tell the story of beauty, generosity and diversity. By connecting dancing with nature, our contributors pioneer a new way of communicating about the environment and expressing their feelings of love, gratitude and appreciation towards nature. For this project to be a success, we invite nature-loving dancers and dance groups... Read More
All of us use paper, metal, glass and plastic products every day. However, few of us really know the history of the industries that produce them. By increasing awareness and understanding what these materials are made of and how often we use them every day, we are in a better position to make greener living choices and become even more sustainable. In partnership with Universities and scientists in the paper, metal, glass and plastic industries, this programme aims to provide people around the world with a comprehensive information source.
Every day we all make decisions that have an impact on the environment. That’s why we believe in showcasing pieces of recycled artwork created by local artists in town centres across England, to raise interest, generate ideas and stimulate conversations around how we live our lives and our connection to the environment around us. Eco Street Art is a sister programme of our Eco Shop Art initiative, which invites renowned and upcoming artists across England to create memorable pieces of artwork that will surprise, delight and most importantly make us fall in love with nature and green living.. Working with humble, recycled materials,... Read More
We’re looking to partner with Universities and Art Schools across England to showcase eco artwork from gifted young artists in shopping outlets and supermarkets across England. After all, this is where most of our shopping choices happen, so what better place to spread our excitement and appreciation of nature and green living! This initiative gives art students the opportunity to work with often forgotten, recycled materials and turn them into bespoke pieces of artwork for the local community to admire.