No Plan - No Planet
Updated: Nov 18
The MAS Lab No Plan – No Planet week-long exhibition at KC saw the movement of green steps set in motion, action, hope, purpose and meaning. On a journey to make our work interesting outside of the conventional cases of the climate model and the tone we expect to hear at the COP26 Climate Change Conference. Fighting about whether the rich countries are going to give billions in funding they should already be giving each year.
Kevyn Gammond, No Plan – No Planet, said:
“This is who we are, each of the pieces in this room is a warning. Change is the only thing we have to hold on to and the ability in offering opportunities for direct action, reminding us of our broken connection to nature.
MAS Lab created a working group from the community with Wyre Forest Green Alliance, Art 4 Planet Earth to focus on concrete action, visualising climate change through live performance alongside the display of visual art. Contributors from several groups offered insights and analysis on climate targets with their own action plans as to how they would achieve this. Highlights of the week from No Plan – No Planet Exhibition will shortly be shown on the MAS Lab Art Friction screenings.”
Go Green! Students and representatives from MAS Lab were interviewed for BBC Hereford and Worcester's breakfast show with Elliot Webb. The show tackled the subject of COP26 and the importance of young people getting behind climate change. The show is available on BBC Sounds.
No Plan, No Planet Event Kidderminster College last week raised awareness, engagement and support to tackling climate change. MAS Lab and KC injected a unique sense of optimism whilst supporting the No Plan, No Planet event. With an impressive display of alternative ways to tackle climate change issues, the event draws attention to the climate crisis. KC with the leadership of MAS Lab continues to spread our message to TAKE ACTION. The event was featured in our local paper, The Kidderminster Shuttle and can be viewed here!