A group of children in purple and black school uniforms stand in a huddle, waving newspapers. They're standing in a gallery space, with a large clay wall installation visible behind them
Mon 9 Dec - Fri 3 Jan

Climate Emergency!

An exhibition co-created by three Barnet schools presenting an emotive and artistic response to the climate crisis we face. The schools explore their personal responses to climate issues through a series of structured workshops with Studio Bark and Take Stock Exchange.

The world’s leading climate scientists have warned there is only 11 years for global warming to be kept to a maximum of 1.5C. Beyond this target, where climate change could accelerate outside humanity's ability to control it, bearing the risks of drought, floods, extreme heat and poverty for hundreds of millions of people. Many of the children will live to see the most catastrophic effects of climate change in their lifetime.

What does the climate emergency mean for students and their future? And what does it mean for you?

Participating schools: Copthall School, Holmewood School and The Hyde School

Venue: Apthorp Gallery

Booking Info


No booking required. Gallery open 10am – 4pm daily.