Moths To A Flame @ COP 26 (Glasgow)
Over the last year, we have collaborated with Art & Energy CIC to bring thousands of people’s voices together in a creative collective call to action for world leaders at the UN Climate Conference (COP 26). Over 15,000 ‘moths’ have been individually made out of recycled milk cartons by people of all ages, at events, school and home.
Community energy groups and schools all over the country have been contributing, engaging thousands of people in conversations about the climate and ecological emergency and how important the decisions that could be made at COP 26 are.
The moths have come together at the spectacular Moths To A Flame art installation at Kibble Palace in Glasgow’s Botanic Gardens. Beautifully displayed and accompanied by pre-recorded messages of hope, the installation symbolises our relationship with energy & the health of the planet.
Join us live
The Art & Energy Collective will be live streaming at 12:30pm each day from their Facebook page @ArtAndEnergy
to update you on what is happening. We will also be there with other respresentatives from Community Energy England.
The installation is open daily and is free to visit, so if you or anyone you know are in Glasgow, please come along!
Moths To A Flame art installation
Kibble Palace, Glasgow Botanic Gardens
Open 12 – 4pm daily, 1st – 12th November 2021
(If you would like to join an introductory talk at 1:30pm each day, please book online at www.mothstoaflame.art).