Seedling/Helen Crevel

Climate consciousness workshops with Helen Crevel and Anne Langford

The Climate Fresk workshop offers an opportunity for participants to organise and have an overview of the fundamental science behind climate change.

The Discussion workshop focuses on creating in the performing arts sector and its impact on the environment.

  • What does the Global Impact Producer do?
  • How did the creators of Seedling integrate climate awareness into the production process?
  • How did they build climate regenerative practices?
  • How do Helen Crevel and Anne Langford, facilitators of the workshop, mainstream sustainability into their creative practice?
  • What resources are consumed by environmentally conscious work and what are the benefits?

These are some of the questions that will be answered during the afternoon workshop. There will also be an opportunity to share good practices, difficulties encountered and reflect on how to incorporate the learnings of other countries into the everyday life of the performing arts scene in Hungary and vice versa.

SEEDLING – Climate consciousness workshops with Helen Crevel and Anne Langford

  • Event Timing: May 12th, 2023
  • 9.00-12.00 Climate Fresk Workshop
  • 13.30-16.00 Climate Awareness in the Production Process -Discussion workshop
  • The workshops are in English.
  • Event Address: Jurányi Produkciós Inkubátorház / LABOR – 1027, Budapest, Jurányi utca 1-3.
  • Contact us at [email protected]
  • Register here.
További cikkek
We continue our series of reports on the Madách Project. The following is the testimony of Bianca Temneanu, who is doing her Masters in stage directing at the I. L. Caragiale University of Theatre and Film Arts, who, together with two colleagues, staged three scenes of The Tragedy of Man and participated in the artistic process in Hungary.
One of the highlights of the 10th Theatre Olympics was the Madách Project 2023, a program based on the idea of Attila Vidnyánszky, organised by the University of Theatre and Film Arts in Budapest. Student director George Zamfir wrote to színhá about his experience of creating the performance.
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Attila, one of Verdi’s early opera scores that focus on heroic figures in history, was presented in the Margit Island Theatre on August 12, the second operatic treat, presented at the Eiffel Art Studios on August 22, was Karol Szymanowsky’s King Roger. This opera was one of hundreds of events included in the 2023 Theatre Olympics.