Season for Change

Until November 2021

As we approach the global climate conference COP26 which will take place in Glasgow in November, we are joining a nationwide programme of artistic and cultural events that celebrate the environment and inspire urgent climate action. Here, we pull together the varied events presented at Watermans, from children’s shows to a giant ‘eye’ flying above Hounslow. Watch out for new events being added, the season goes on until COP 26 in November.

Season for Change is led by Artsadmin and Julie’s Bicycle, and supported by Arts Council England and the Paul Hamlyn Foundation.

What's On


Dinosaurs and all that Rubbish by Roustabout

24 Sep - 31 Oct

Michael Foreman’s classic picture book about space travel, dinosaurs, and ecological balance gets a thrilling new lease of life in […]

New Media Arts

Connected Nature

22 Oct - 31 Oct

The exhibition outlines the diversity of the current environmental landscape by exploring both major and marginal phenomena, their qualification often […]


Climate Change: Quentin Cooper Hosts

23 Oct

Quentin Cooper (BBC Radio 4) is joined by Rocio Berenguer and other artists for an evening of short performances, discussion […]

Outdoor Arts

Urban Astronaut: Highly Sprung

06 Nov

This November sees arguably the most important global climate conference there has even been, COP26 in Glasgow. At Bell Square […]

Live Performance

Watermans & Akademi Dance Film Co-Commission

26 Nov

Akademi and Watermans are commissioning an artist / small collective working with South Asian dance forms to create a new […]


Air Matters: Learning from Heathrow full programme
Air Matters Symposium: The Politics of Air programme
Human Factors Artists’ Biographies
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