A unique cultural event in Valencia, Cridem Per Clima, will offer music, cinema, urban art, children’s theater, talks, debates and workshops from November 12 to 19.
The Cridem Pel Clima festival will bring together climate experts, environmental groups, and Valencians from November 12 to 19. It is a groundbreaking event that combines culture and environmental stewardship, and it will take place at the Center del Carme Cultura Contemporània (CCCC). The Centre del Carme is also a promoter of this first edition, along with the Valencian government’s department with the longest name: the Department of Agriculture, Rural Development, Climate Emergency, and Ecological Transition, and the cultural association Tornem.
The goal of this event is to educate citizens about the present climate emergency by providing a diverse cultural offering for people of all ages that addresses many aspects of the current environmental crisis. With the participation of numerous cultural institutions, the event was envisioned as a forum for dialogue between experts and citizens.
According to José Luis Pérez Pont, director of the Consorci de Museus and the CCCC, “an event like this will serve as a meeting point between Valencians and professionals who face environmental issues and problems every day.” The organisers believe that culture is the most powerful mechanism for transmitting this message, so Cridem Pel Clima will be primarily a cultural event. It has a diverse multidisciplinary programme that includes concerts by local, national, and international bands such as Valencian Laura Esparza and Carlos Esteban and visual artist and musician Bby Eco (Amsterdam).
Cridem Per Clima will also feature a mini-film festival dedicated to the climate emergency, live theatre, and Elas Tao’s urban art.
The complete Cridem Per Clima programme can be found on
The admission is free
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