5 - 6:30pm, Tuesday 11th Feb


Climate Museum UK Staff - The Lost Girl: Climate Change, Feminism, Creativity & Memory

The Lost Girl is a new immersive film-based installation at King’s College London. Created by artist and King’s academic Kate McMillan (Department of Culture, Media & Creative Industries), the project explores various research interests including climate change and the Anthropocene, the role of creativity in forming memory and the consequences of neglecting female histories.

Join Climate Museum UK for an interactive workshop using artworks and creative making to explore issues of climate change.

The session will respond to The Lost Girl exhibition, in which objects become clues to regain memory, identity and sense of place. The Climate Museum UK team will offer a collection of objects to stimulate conversation and stories about the climate change situation, how it feels to be here, and where society might be headed.

Participants will be invited to create their own object to add to the Museum, to help guide others with these questions about the role of museums and art in a time of loss, change and uncertainty.

The Strand Arcade at Bush House, South Wing, Strand, King's College London, WC2B 4PJ