Action4Climate: Jonathan Lim

Think Art and climate change have nothing in common? Think again! In the Action4Climate (A4C) series, we explore how change-makers in the creative industries are taking climate action in their own unique ways.

In the fourth episode of our A4C series, we sit down with artist Jonathan Lim (@whereartjon) to discuss how common spaces like our parks and waterways inspire his digital paintings. He depicts the tranquil settings with an air of nostalgia, reminding us of their quiet beauty.

Find out more about Jon’s work on Where Art Jon and Instagram (@whereartjon).

Action4Climate: Mud Rock Ceramics

In the second episode of the series, we meet the founders of Mud Rock Ceramics, Ng Seok Har and Michelle Lim, who share how their passion for pottery go hand-in-hand with taking climate action.

From making their own reusables to recycling clay, these two ladies demonstrate that we can all be kind to the environment in our own ways.

Want to get your next cuppa with a handmade ceramic mug? Find out more at mudrockceramics.com!

What do the Arts and climate change have in common?

Think Art and climate change have nothing in common? Think again! In the Action4Climate (A4C) series, we explore how change-makers in the creative industries are taking climate action in their own unique ways.

[MEWR x PANGDEMONIUM]
In the first episode, we sit down with Tan Kheng Hua, Elizabeth Morse, and Adrian Pang, the talented actors of Dragonflies. Set in 2021, Dragonflies explores a family struggle for survival in a dystopian world wrought by climate change and environmental degradation.

Dragonflies is an original play by local threatre house Pangdemonium. Now in its 2nd run, the play is showing till 3 June. Tickets are available at: sistic.com.sg/events/cdragon0518