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Lucy Wood

Producer of cultural programmes and director of ArtCop21

Lucy Wood has over a decade of experience as a creative producer of public arts programmes with a focus on Climate Change, Food and Migration. She is currently a freelance Creative Producer and Development Consultant for a number of clients including Invisible Dust, Arts Admin, Julie’s Bicycle, The Arts Development Company and The Poetry Society, following her previous position as UK Director of the international environmental arts charity, Cape Farewell. In the lead-up to the Paris UN Climate Conference in 2015, Lucy managed the UK delivery of the major global festival ArtCop21, which generated 554 major cultural events, workshops and installations on climate in 54 countries, and in spring 2016 produced the P.E.A. award winning climate- and food-focused 'Milking Parlour' installation in Bristol, UK. 

In October 2016, as part of the Manchester Science Festival, Lucy launched the Lovelock Commission 'Cloud Crash' - a site-wide immersive response to the Gaia theory by art duo HeHe, working in collaboration with the Natural Environment Research Council (NERC) at the Manchester Museum of Science and Industry. Lucy has written for various publications, including The Guardian, South Atlantic Quarterly and Run Riot. She is committed to positive social and environmental change – and to building a socially cohesive, low-carbon future for all.

Update: 26 May 2017


Has participated in

Climate, culture, change

Activity programme and prize award presentation ceremony of the 2nd Cultural Innovation International Prize 2016-2017