Fellows Festival in Thanet: What could go right? - RSA

Fellows Festival in Thanet: What could go right?

Fellowship news

This June, Kent Fellows are invited to take part in the Fellowship Festivities locally, hosted by local Fellows at The Margate School and SPACER creative studio.

Scroll down to discover the various upcoming Fellow-led events celebrating progressive and regenerative change within Thanet and beyond.

Working with climate change

Join RSA Fellows at SPACER creative studio on their pathway to Net Zero, with an hour packed with facts, activities and support for your own climate change resilience.

This Fellow-led free lunchtime talk is aimed at artists, creatives and local businesses to be led through the practical steps that you can take to reduce your carbon footprint. This event is part of SPACER’s Climate Change and Creativity programme, funded by an Arts Council England National Lottery Project grant.

Please bring your own lunch – tea and coffee will be provided. Follow the link below to book your ticket.

Date/time: 15 June 2023, 12:30 -1:30pm

Location: Redford House (the old fire station), 18-20 Effingham St, Ramsgate, CT11 9AT


Kent Fellows Festival screening party

This year the Fellows Festival explores the question ‘what could go right?’, celebrating optimism and positivity, and sharing examples of innovative projects that are changing our society and planet for a better future. Thanet Fellows are invited to The Margate School for a screening party, to have a drink and watch all the streamed discussions and key note speakers, to reflect and discuss alongside your local Fellowship community.

Date/time: Saturday 17 June, 1-4pm

Location: The Margate School, Thanet

Measuring the environmental impact of your work

Thursday 29 June, 10am- 1pm. Online via Zoom

This will be a free 2-hour online workshop hosted by RSA Fellows from SPACER Creative studio and ‘Julie’s Bicycle’, sharing some of their tools and tips for artists and creatives working with climate change. 

Participants will gain an overview of the environmental impact of art practices, guidance around decision-making within their practice, and how they can reduce their environmental impact.There will be plenty of examples and case studies, the opportunity to reflect upon your own work and plenty of resources to support your development of strategies and policies for working with climate change.


Places are limited, and the team are operating on a waiting list. If your availability changes and you can no longer attend, please update the team so they can offer the space to someone else on the list.This external event has been made possible through funding from Arts Council England and forms part of the SPACER climate and creativity series, and the RSA Fellows Festival programme.

Upcoming South East England Fellowship events

  • South East virtual coffeehouse 2024

    Fellowship events


    Every month, join us online over a Friday lunchtime to discover changemakers from across the South East region, be inspired and learn from each other.

  • RSA Winchester: World Earth Day & The Living Library

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    Winchester School of Art, Winchester SO23 8DL

    The RSA are joining forces with the Future Cities Community Hub and the Winchester School of Art to celebrate World Earth Day and showcase the interactive concept of the Living Library.