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Musicians & Climate Crisis Network

Are you feeling alone as a musician or choir leader in your concern about the climate crisis?

Let's meet to learn more about the climate crisis, share creative ideas for our music and support each other as we face this crisis

It is for any musician, choir leader, singer, songwriter, composer, teacher, who wants their music to help make a safer future

When and where?

Currently we meet via Zoom, but if/when we return safely to face-to-face meetings, it will probably be at the Uniting Church Hall, Brunswick, VIC.

Under Covid-19 restrictions we have been meeting via Zoom. If you want to join us via Zoom, please contact Simon for details. We meet on the 3rd Saturday morning each month.

Musicians have a role in creating a safer future

We do this, not by doing science, building, solar farms or creating food resilience policies.

We do this by creating new stories about the future

We do this by creating space for reflection and emotional experience

We do this by helping build community solidarity

We do this by bringing energy and beauty into the world

But the climate crisis is unprecedented ... and it looks increasingly like our future will not be a safe one.

 

Climate change changes everything, as Naomi Klein put it. 

It is hard to face this truth. I can't do it alone. You probably can't either. 

That is why I am inviting concerned musicians to meet together to:

 

  • Talk about the climate crisis

  • Discuss how it affects us and our music

  • Share ideas for how to respond in a thoughtful, compassionate and artistic way to this crisis.

This is a support group for Musicians who care about the climate crisis

It doesn't matter if you are a professional or amateur musicians

It is not indented to be an activist group (there are plenty of fantastic activist organisations around)

It is a group for musicians to share, to learn, to support each other in our own artistic work

If you are interested, please email me (Simon Kerr). I will let you know what is happening.

 

Copyright Simon Kerr 2020