Slow Art is a Chrysalis Arts programme using innovative approaches to explore sustainability and visual arts practice.
Our definition of Slow Art embraces:
- Art and art making that is in harmony with the key principles of sustainability, highlighting the social, environmental and ecological principles facing the world today.
- Art that makes use of recycled and locally sourced materials, addresses carbon emissions or is bio-degradable.
- A contemporary movement in fine art and craft where technique, materials and the work process are considered especially important. and often lacking in our society dominated by mass production and mass consumption.
- Art that nurtures and celebrates the diversity and distinctiveness of communities and contributes to a better quality of life.
- Encouraging audiences to take their time in experiencing artwork and the creative process
Visit the Slow Art website: www.slowart.co.uk
Chrysalis Arts is a designated sector leader in environmental sustainability for Arts Council England.