Porridge and Knowledge
Nestled in a quiet enclave in the heart of East London, Porridge & Knowledge is the Saturday morning breakfast club that brings world-shaping speakers and spirited musicians to your breakfast table.
The creative community acting on climate change and environmental sustainability
Julie’s Bicycle’s vision is a creative community powering action on climate change. We are a charity with 10 years experience supporting the creative community across the UK and internationally to take action on climate change and the environment. We believe that a thriving arts community will be one with environmental sustainability at its heart.
Julie’s Bicycle support creative organisations on reducing their own environmental impacts, engaging audiences, creative programming, governance, policy development and supporting artists. We have worked with organisations including the National Theatre, Festival Republic and Somerset House, amongst many others. We provide specialist events, certification, research, guides, and our own sector-specific carbon calculators.
At the heart of our work is a strong belief that the arts and culture have a vital role to play in creating a better future in line with the Sustainable Development Goals and the Paris Agreement.
Purvi Gupta is one of the 80 women globally to be part of 2018 cohort of Homeward Bound. It is a grassroots initiative to elevate the role of women in leadership in science and technology, with the aim to address climate change and sustainability of our planet. The program involves a 3 week expedition to to Antarctica is to firsthand see the impact of climate change and build credibility as future women leaders.Purvi will talk about the complex interactions between issues of climate change and gender equality and relevance of Homeward Bound in this context.
Ethereal, haunting vocals paint pictures of Aniya Savage’s multi-cultural life. Her songwriting tells stories that are entrenched in vivid emotion, with a voice likened to Joni Mitchell and Aurora.
St Mark’s Church, St Marks Rise
Colvestone Crescent, Dalston, London E8 2LJ
Nearest stations are Dalston Kingsland and Dalston Junction on the Overground (both 10 minutes walk). The entrance to St Mark’s Church sits on Colverstone Crescent just east of St Mark’s Rise, postcode E8 2LJ.
Her songwriting tells stories that are entrenched in vivid emotion, with a voice likened to Joni Mitchell and AuroraView Artist
Julie’s Bicycle’s vision is a creative community powering action on climate changeView Artist
Purvi is passioante about healthcare, climate change and gender parityView Artist