Creative Climate Leadership (CCL) has published a training and transformation program for artists and cultural/creative professionals living and working in Sweden.
CCL Sweden offers an online intensive program of leadership and peer-to-peer exchange for 24 talented and motivated participants living and working in Sweden. A limited number of ‘seed funding’ grants are available to participants to support projects after the course. CCL also offers an international network of CCL alumni and a participation at a Creative Climate Summit in Stockholm in Autumn 2022. The online course will take place from May - August 2021.
In the 12 months following the training, participants will be supported through: a one-to-one session with CCL facilitators; regular webinars; the opportunity to apply for one of several CCL Action ‘seed grants’; and an alumni newsletter.
Creative Climate Leadership is for performing, visual, media, music, and other artists; cultural workers including producers, presenters, curators, administrators, funders, policy makers, and others who are ambitious and passionate about using their cultural and creative expertise in service to the ecological crisis and climate justice.
More detai arel available here. Applications should be submitted before the deadline of 24 March.
Creative Climate Leadership empowers artists and cultural professionals to take action on the climate and ecological crisis with impact, creativity, and resilience. It was designed to mobilise and connect a creative climate movement. It is being presented in Sweden by Julie's Bicycle through a collaboration with visual artist and sustainability scientist Diego Galafassi and the Lund University Centre for Sustainability Studies (LUCSUS), supported by the Swedish Postcode Foundation.