The outdoor art exhibition is back for the 3rd year spanning 4 countries, including the UK, Denmark, the Netherlands and New York’s Time Square. Work highlighting plastic pollution & the importance of the oceans by Anthony Burrill, Shingai, Ben Zank, Dave Pollot, Tom Hodgkinson, Heath Kane, Luap, i, Denis Scheckler, Hunto, Tia Grazette, Paul Davis, Andoni Beristain, Damara Ingles, Frank Goffey, Vincent & Antoine Aveline is being shown across billboards to encourage one & all to reduce their plastic usage this Plastic Free July and there after.
UK, Denmark, Netherlands, New York
This #plasticfreeJuly keep an eye out for an exhibition we have curated which will be shown on 36 digital billboards across 6 UK cities (London, Birmingham, Manchester, Glasgow, Edinburgh and Newcastle). Todd Francis, Jeff Gillette, Paul Davis, Heath Kane, Tia Grazette, Lois Winstone, Luap, I fucking hate London, Sarah Maple (Skip Gallery), i and Illuminati Neon have all contributed work which highlights plastic pollution – encouraging the viewer to live with less plastic. They’ll also be a few insta live/zoom discussions around plastic pollution and the importance of the oceans.
6th to 20th July 2020
Across the UK & online
This World Honey Bee day join us to as we talk, sing and dance all things bee in collaboration with Mamas: Music + Ritual. Tia Grazette will be in conversation with the incredible @gung_ho_design and @therapihoneyskincare talking about their relationship with the bees and why the bees are so important and critical to life on Earth. With Performances from @hollyroxannesounds, @iamsummerpearl, @mutsolace3 @inka_linda @nicholasjamesorlando, @almadelaselva – after which we will open the mic to the audience, so come prepared with your bee related spoken word and songs.
14th August 2019.
Arboreteum Members Club, London.
Every individual matters, every individual has a role to play and every individual can make a difference. Join Tia Grazette in conversation with @wearethewalk, @tollydollyposh, @brightzine, @zerowasteclub @lauralollipop as we discuss how we as individuals can live a more eco-friendly and sustainable lifestyle, change our habits and fix the system for the better – as well as the bonus financial, mental health and physical benefits that come from living a more sustainable lifestyle while reducing your impact on the earth.
26th March 2019
The Curtain Members Club, London