A simple yet profound event offering space to listen, engage and envision possibilities that move us towards a flourishing world.
Can street art help prevent plastic pollution, climate change and species extinction?
Join London based muralist, Louis Masai for an online event exploring the power of street art to influence posititive behavior change and bring global attention to the climate emergency and species extinction.
Join the @flourishingdiversity event on February 10th, 1pm-2pm GMT.
Register for a FREE ticket – https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/251832416537
Nature is Louis’ muse and his art takes the form of murals, paintings and installations as a way to highlight the sixth mass extinction, climate change, and species equality. His subject matter focuses primarily on animals and strives to find a way to engage the audience in environmental reflection.
During this event, Louis will share how connecting with animals at a young age inspired his artistic journey, and how he sees his art as his mycelium – a way of teaching and telling stories that travel beyond his studio.
Following Louis’ 20-minute story, participants are invited to stay and connect with 2-3 other attendees in a breakout room to share reflections and sparks of inspiration. In this way, we hope to create an opportunity for spontaneous conversations to arise – just as they might at in-person events!
This simple yet profound event offers a space to listen, engage in dialogue and envision possibilities for moving towards a flourishing world.
Thu, 10 February 2022
15:00 – 16:00 EET