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SDG Art Exhibition Launch Night


Fri 25 Sep 2020, 6:00pm–9:00pm

Where: Milton St. Substation, 259 Milton Street, Sydenham, Christchurch

Restrictions: All Ages

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Listed by: bridget3eb

This exhibition is to bring awareness to the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and it serves as a fundraiser to help action them, a percentage of the artwork profits will go to a charity that aligns with that SDG The world has until 2030 to achieve the SDGs and this year marks the start of the “Decade of Action” as we have 10 years left to reach the deadline. We believe that creativity plays an essential role in bringing awareness to the SDGs. The exhibition will showcase the work of 17 different artists, each work representing one of the 17 SDGs.

We have an incredible line up of talented artist participating in the exhibition:

- Pops Art
- Nick Lowry
- Iann Ann
- Seku
- McChesney-Kelly Adams
- Ira Mitchell
- Hannah Jensen
- Kophie Su’a Hulsbosch
- Bee Weave (Selina Faimalo)
- Dr Suits
- James Durcan
- Flox
- Jesse Rawcliffe
- Sally Mae Hudson
- Lisa Isbister
- Jen Heads

This is an exhibition you won't want to miss, the exhibition is located in one of the coolest venues in Christchurch. There will be nibbles drinks as well as interactive art and SDG discussion on the launch night.

Who is hosting this event?

The World Economic Forum Global Shapers Christchurch Hub is composed of a small number of exceptional young professionals. The Christchurch Hub members come from diverse backgrounds, united by our passion to influence positive change through meaningful projects and harnessing the collective power of active citizenship. Bridget, Selina and Kophie (the Curators) are all members of the Christchurch Hub and have decided to join forces with Global Shapers, Bead & Proceed and The Conscious Club in celebrating and 17 UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) anniversary in September. Bridget, who is the founder of Bead & Proceed, runs a social enterprise that exists to educate and inspire people to action the SDGs through creativity. Selina & Kophie run The Conscious Club, which is also a social enterprise that empower people through education and creativity to create a sustainable future. These three forces came together to create this exhibition.

This exhibition is about raising awareness for the SDGs, raising funds to charities and organisations that action these goals and raising our glasses to celebrate the power of creativity!

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