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Bridget McKenzie

Regenerative Culture Leader

Country: UK
Cohort: CCL Creative Europe Slovenia 2017


"Enabling people to use the full power of human imagination to create a Regenerative Flip, to care for local places, to work for reparative justice, and to shift global systems from harmful and degenerative, to beneficial for all species of life."


Bridget McKenzie is a researcher and curator in culture, learning and environment based in London. She has been director of Flow Associates since 2006, after 14 years in roles that include Education Officer for Tate and Head of Learning for the British Library. She has been involved in a number of climate and culture initiatives since 2007, including the Happy Museum Project, Art Not Oil, Culture Unstained, Museums for Future, and Lost Species Day. In 2018, she initiated Climate Museum UK and then in 2019, co-founded the Culture Declares Emergency movement. She presents and publishes internationally on the possibilities of Regenerative Culture, and has developed the Culture Takes Action framework. She is a Fellow of the RSA and a member of the Museums Association.

Project Highlights

Climate Museum UK

An experimental museum curating and gathering responses to the Earth crisis.

A distributed museum of creative people based in the UK, and online, we make and gather art, objects, ideas, games and books, and use these to activate people. We also work in places and natural sites.

These activations help people to play, make, think and talk about the Earth crisis and to open their imaginations to possible futures.

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Culture Declares Emergency

Co-founded and continue to support he movement of individuals & organisations who are declaring a climate & ecological emergency, and forming local hubs and sector alliances to tell truths, take action and seek justice.

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Norwich Writers Rebel

I’m involved in the only local chapter of Writers Rebel, which is a movement of writers in support of radical activism for the planet. Their campaigns include exposing the corruption of the Tufton Street thinktanks. Norwich has a long history of the articulation of problems and taking action to resist them. Norwich IS Writers Rebelling. Locally, we have embarked on a campaign #WordsInTheWild to encourage anyone to write about the crises and release words into the wild.

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