Our Future Visions project culminates in the screening of nine short films that present young people’s ideas for their greener future.
The Future Visions project, in collaboration with WWF, aimed to give young people an opportunity to examine environmental issues and voice their thoughts about how the future might look through music, movement and words.
The films have been conceived through interactive workshops and created by over 250 young people aged 7 to 23 for showing at various sustainability conferences including COP26 in November in Glasgow.
A WWF speaker will introduce the environmental issues explored and our creative team will describe the creative process.
We are confident that we can provide you with a safe environment so that you can relax and enjoy your visit
- The Grange Festival takes our patrons, staff, volunteers, and performers wellbeing extremely seriously so that you can relax and enjoy your visit.
- We installed a mechanical ventilation system which introduces a constant flow of fresh, filtered air through the auditorium with natural ventilation extraction so no air is recirculated.
- Our staff will continue to wear face coverings for your and their protection and also take two lateral flow tests a week.
We ask you to help us:
- Please use the door indicated on your ticket
- We encourage you to wear masks indoors but these are not mandatory
- Use the sanitisers in the toilets and at the entrance to the auditorium
Matt Larsen-Daw WWF Representative
Generously Supported By
Learning@TheGrange - Future Visions
You might well be wondering what connects an arts organisation and a conservation institution. Learning@TheGrange, in collaboration with WWF, has offered 200 young people (aged 7-23 years) a creative platform to express their hopes and visions for a sustainable future.