All students are welcome!
Join other students for a multi-modal, multi-faceted month-long event centred around resilience, mitigation, adaptation and hope amidst climate change.
Connect with students from across campus in five separate events culminating in an Exhibition of climate change-related art, a Roundtable Cafe and lunch, and a Field Trip centred around the question of how you live with climate change and the various ways we can work together during these times.
For participants who enter in the Exhibit, win a chance for a $50 OneCard!
Call for Participation!
Find out more and register by clicking within the accordion section below! Or click the “I want to get involved!” button to go straight to our registration survey.
Event 1: Arts-based Reflection Workshop
The Community Engaged Learning Office will bring the art supplies and will provide a few different options to accommodate students with different experience levels in arts-based reflections – just bring yourself and add your voice to the conversation!
When: Oct 18th, 3:00pm – 5:00 pm
Where: HHB 128
Event 2: Exhibition
The exhibit is now open!
How: submissions are now closed
Participate and win a chance for a $50 OneCard!
When: Nov 10th – 30th
Where: Mearns Centre for Learning, McPherson Library
Event 3: Story-telling and community mapping
UVic’s Community-Based Participatory Research and Community Mapping Classes will host two events.
Story-telling Luncheon/Climate-art Bazaar: Nov 16th, 3:30-5:30 – **Closed to the public
Community Mapping: Nov 17th 11:00 am – 1:00 pm at tables across campus – come visit one of our tables!
Event 4: Roundtable Cafe
A day of action-oriented activities with students, faculty, stadd and the community where we will explore topics of resilience, transformation, adaptation, and mitigation.
When: 10:00 am – 3:00 pm on Saturday, Nov 19th
Where: Mearns Centre, McPherson Library- Room 129 and Room A308
Who: Open to UVic students, staff, faculty and the general public
How: Register using the GoogleForm embedded here
Event 5: Field Trip
Come ride a bus with students, faculty, staff and community members where we will explore SṈIDȻEȽ- Todd Inlet! As we walk to the restoration site, we will explore the ecological and social history of the park, focusing on resilience, transformation, mitigation and cultural restoration. We will work with PEPÁḴEṈ HÁUTW̱ to support ecological and cultural restoration.
There will be a complimentary lunch and an accompanying open conversation about the experience and how it relates to Indigenous resurgence and resilience, in relation to climate change.
When: 9:30-2:30, November 26th
Where: Meet at UVic parking lot 4 at the gate to Centennial Stadium for 9:30
Who: Open to UVIC students, staff, faculty, and the general public.
How: register using the GoogleForm embedded here