East Coast FM – Weekly Tips 17 – Sustainable Art

This week on Ours to Protect Max talks about how artists can be more sustainable. Tips for Sustainable Artists: Choose sustainable materials. Reduce waste in your art practice. Recycle and repurpose materials. Opt for eco-friendly packaging. Sell locally to reduce carbon footprint. Use natural light to save energy. Educate yourself and others about sustainable art. […]

East Coast FM – Weekly Episode 17 – Sustainable Art

This week we look at sustainability in the arts, and find out about Wicklow artist Kelly Hood’s new exhibition, which was made using environmentally friendly paints and materials. For more in this series listen in to East Coast FM every Thursday at 8pm.

WLR – Weekly Episode 21 – Slí Waterford

A group of young people who make up the Youth Climate Council of Slí  (Waterford Sustainable Living Initiative) held an open mic night in St Patricks Gateway recently where they used the Arts to promote their climate change message. Their guest speaker on the night was Green MEP Grace O Sullivan. Our reporter Clodagh Walsh […]

South East Radio – Weekly Episode 20 – Wexford Festival Opera

Listen back to this week’s episode as Siobhan chats to Randal Shannon, Executive Director of Wexford Festival Opera as we look at how the opera house aims to be a catalyst for positive change making the festival more sustainable, efficient, and economical. For more in this series listen in to South East Radio every Friday at […]

South East Radio – Weekly Tips 19 – Sustainability at Wexford Arts Centre

This week we went to Wexford Arts Centre to find out about their sustainability strategy and how they implement being sustainable into their every day lives. About Wexford Arts Centre: Based in the historic Cornmarket building was established in 1974. It is the only multi arts centre in Wexford delivering a vibrant arts programme of exhibitions, […]

Live 95 – Weekly Tips 22 – A focus on renewable energy

What are some of the positives of using renewable energy?  Transitioning to renewable energy allows Ireland to reduce its carbon footprint to help in the global effort of reducing out carbon emissions.   Investing in renewable energy projects stimulates economic growth by creating jobs, attracting investments in the burgeoning green technology sector. Diversifying the energy mix […]

Live 95 – Weekly Episode 22 – A focus on renewable energy

This week focuses on the groundbreaking ideas to help Ireland achieve carbon neutrality happening locally. Live 95’s Nigel Dugdale hosted a panel of the leading industry figures driving this development at the official launch of the exhibition at the Hunt Museum, “Night’s Candles are Burnt Out.”  In this episode, we hear from  Marie Gleeson of […]

BEAT – Weekly Tips 21 – The Climate Stage is Yours

This week on Ours To Protect on Beat, Orla took a trip to a unique event at Theatre Royal in Waterford called “The Climate Stage is Yours”. Schools from around the county got involved to find out more about how theatre and the arts can work to address the challenges faced by the world as […]

BEAT – Weekly Episode 21 – The Climate Stage is Yours

Listen back to this week’s episode as we visit “The Climate Stage is Yours” – a festival of five minute climate-themed plays were the result of a number of workshops carried out with primary school students from four city based schools in Waterford city.  The theme was climate change and the role that theatre and […]