Festival of Nature - open call, deadline 31 January 2022
7 January 2022
Public Engagement - opportunity
In 2022 Festival of Nature is pulling together a full programme of collaborative in-person, digital and hybrid events across the Bristol and Bath region, and love to hear from you if you are involved in reaching audiences with environmental content.
In 2022 Festival of Nature is pulling together a full programme of collaborative in-person, digital and hybrid events across the Bristol and Bath region.
Since 2003, their science festival has brought together organisations interested in the full range of environmental topics - from astronomy to zoology - with both national and regional partners coming together to engage audiences and promote actions for nature.
They're all about partnership, and have proudly supported other cities and regions to run their own 'festivals of nature', if you're local they have a large volunteer programme each year, and they aim to work on an equitable basis with both small community organisations alongside major venues and media partners.
After two years 'digital' they are returning to a mixture of face to face and online content - and are running their first ever Open Call for content. They'd love to hear from you if you are involved in reaching audiences with environmental content.
Want to join in or find out more? Click here to find out more information about the Festival of Nature or contact them at firstname.lastname@example.org before January 31st.
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