Picturing Climate: Participatory Photography and Narrative Storytelling for Climate Change Education will bring together researchers and grassroots arts and culture organisations in Cuba, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Jordan and the UK to explore the potential of arts- and humanities-based methodologies, specifically participatory photography and storytelling, for developing local and international educational capacity on climate change induced food and livelihoods insecurities.

Network participants — Agnes Czajka, Open University; Jasmin Hasic, International Burch University; Dzeneta Karabegovic, University of Salzburg; Counterpoints Arts; grassroots organisations Riera Studio in Cuba, Most Mira in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Auranitis Life Line in Jordan; and two UK-based arts practitioners with expertise in participatory photography and narrative storytelling methodologies Eva Sajovic and Corinne Silva — will come together to organise workshops in Cuba, Bosnia and Herzegovina and Jordan using a variety of methods and approaches, as well as a final learning lab and showcase at the Tate Modern in London at the end of 2019.

Picturing Climate was initiated by Czajka, Open University, and is funded by the AHRC Research Networking Highlight for Education in Conflict and Protracted Crises.