19 Sep - 19 Dec 2015
11am - 12:30pm
Avenue Jean Jaurès
Paris, Paris , 75019
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A group of internationally renowned street artists, and the CARE France Association, invest in Parisian public space. Through walking tours discover several works, including murals, paintings, collages, that deal with the impacts of climate change.
Urban walks around Paris to look at street art that tackles the impacts of climate change on: human rights, food security, housing and social justice.
Two options to discover these ephemeral works:
- Stroll along the Canal St Martin and Ourcq Canal (Paris, 10th and 19th) and go to places like the item Instant, pavilion of channels or street Germaine Tailleferre.
- Animated guided walks. These visits (1:30) explain the artists approach and the consequences of climate change on vulnerable populations.
These urban walks will be held every Saturday until mid-December 2015 (in collaboration with the association L'Alternative Urban ). The walks are open to all, every Saturday from 11am to 12.30pm. September 19 to December 19, 2015.