Planet Action Street Arts
CIO Charity number 1198746
is to use the power of art to help save an inhabitable world for ourselves, our children, grandchildren, and future generations.
is a world of motivated people actively collaborating and implementing artistic, personal and societal activities to rejuvenate nature.
Integrity* Inspiration* Optimism * Activism * Diversity * Collectivism* Climate Justice* Peer reviewed science
is to organize open air art/ecology events and create a community of eco aware commitment.
to support the combination of open air arts with eco science
The objects of the CIO are
(1) To promote the arts for the public benefit by the promotion in particular, but not exclusively, of the visual and performing arts.
(2) To promote the protection of the physical and natural environment through the provision of informal education, awareness-raising activities and community based environmental projects.
What we do, who we are, and how to join us.
This six minute video is the best introduction to our mission
Planet Action Street Arts is located in Newcastle upon Tyne, with panel and board membership across the UK. Please come and join our community by subscribing putting in your contact details and joining the group
and creating your profile with your thoughts images etc. This will put you on our monthly newsletter list and enable us to contact each other.
The mission is to create optimistic art, events, games, and planet saving actions and build a community dedicated to saving our planet for our children and grandchildren. With the dedication of our board, panels of street art producers, ecological advisors, volunteers, staff members, and partners, we strive to create inspiring art, to make science accessible, to promote planet care and organize urban planting activities to look after nature, and our world.
Contact us firstname.lastname@example.org to participate, have fun and bring about positive change.
Our next very exciting Newcastle event will be on Wed 31st May 2023 in Princess Square. greening/multicoloring the Central Library concourse with flowers planted by citizens and a festival of art, music, games, and education. Come and Plant a flower, dance with bees meet giant butterflies and learn about how much we all owe to wasps.
We will also be helping curate a new book section in the library on climate/nature issues and new approaches to putting the brakes on the sixth extinction. We have organized a free public lecture by the amazing Professor Seirian Sumner author of the brilliant `Endless Forms the hidden lives of wasps` at 7pm on Friday the 9th June 2023 in the Curtis auditorium of the University of Newcastle upon Tyne who will let us know how much we all depend on wasps. Here she is researching in the Amazon. Free tickets are available on eventbrite and the NHSN website
We have plans for the Fri 9th 10th in Summerhill and 11 in the Bicycle garden and will be bringing Urban oasis to the Hancock Museum at a date yet to be decided
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This is the
Art, Games, Science, and Community can save our world
At Planet Action Street Arts, we’re raising funds and promoting initiatives to develop a world with a future. With an array of events and activities and volunteer projects, we welcome you to join our endeavors aimed at saving the world for our children and grandchildren. Read on and contact us to learn how you can become part of the change. Here are three souvenir videos of Art and Biodiversity Celebration ABC FEST 22. the INSECTIBITION The Festival goes planting and Festival insect fun and games in Summerhill Pavilion and Gardens and Summerhill park . This link will take you to the festival Highlights This the first edition of ABC was supported by financial and logistical help with our insect superhero program from the NHSN and collaborative help with our planting preparations from Urban Green
STOP THE FESTIVAL AND PLANT
In the now completed National Art and Biodiversity Celebration ABC FEST 22. we took some time out from the main festival for a planting in Summerhill park . Please see the video below to see the festival community in action planting 800 pollinator plants in 90 minutes creating a new insect garden at speed, with music by Veryan Weston. This is how we create optimistic environmental action to help create the urban conservation zone, and save insects in cities.
What We Do
PASA's mission is to use the power of art to help save an inhabitable world for ourselves, our children, grandchildren, and future generations
Look after insects and they will look after you,
One of our main causes in 2022 at Planet Action Street Arts is promoting urban biodiversity. We promote awareness of nature and the needs of the creatures we rely on to make our soil, clean our water and pollinate our crops. Learning about nature and is enjoyable and therapeutic especially when people find the climate crisis depressing.
The Arts Council of England lottery fund and the Royal Entomological Society and the Natural History Society of Northumbria have supported Urban Oasis a project by Neighbourhood Watch Stilts International to present the insect issue with street art, games and planting pollinator friendly flowers. See how you can help by subscribing and contacting us.
OUR FACE BOOK PAGE
Inspiring Street Art
Fair opportunities for participation
Our street art projects will be advised by a panel of experts to make sure that we create Great Arts that is free and accessible and excludes no-one. We encourage all artists that align with our objectives to contact us and we will help promote their work in the artists page on this website and in events.
NOT JUST THE BLAH BLAH THAT ANNOYS GRETA THUNBERG
ART PLUS ACTION
An important concept for planet action street arts
is that we are not just about Art and Science, but our events must contain actual actions for the environment.
Maysie teaches pollinator flower planting
Children get the magic of planting
Hannah drops a wildflower bomb
We are busy planning and fundraising for
Newcastle Art and Biodiversity Celebration
Wed 31st May 11.00 am-4.00 pm 2023 Festiva,l and Mass planting Central Library Princess Square
Fri 9th June 7 pm Wasp Talk Professor Seirian Sumner Curtis Auditorium Newcastle University
Sat 10th June11.00 am-4.00 pm Festival and Mass planting Summerhill Pavilion and gardens and Summerhill Park
Sun 11th June 11.00 am-4.00 pm Festival and Mass planting The Bicycle Garden Nunsmoor Park