Love Ssega will discuss climate activism, Clean Air Day and the power of music to raise important social and racial issues.
An estimated 4,000 Londoners die prematurely every year as a result of the health impacts of air pollution. Take part in a project to campaign for cleaner air.
Join Musican Ssegawa-Ssekintu Kiwanuka for a design briefing on communication graphics for Clean Air day June 18th. Love Ssega will talk about his climate activism, campaign for Clean Air and the power of music to raise important issues. Love Ssega’s developing project explores the tragic effects of air pollution and the neglected stories and voices of the black community in the South Circular and London Boroughs of Lewisham and Southwark.
Love Ssega has carved a creative music career with that is vivid, artful, politically nuanced andastute. The founding frontman and songwriter of Clean Bandit left the band to complete his PhD inLaser Spectroscopy at Cambridge University, and has since then appeared at Edinburgh Festival for the award-winning Shadwell Opera, and his work has been performed by BBC Concert Orchestra and BBC Philharmonic. He has also been commissioned by the Department for International Trade and Creative Europe/European Union to create publicly funded commissions.
Alongside mentoring for Stephen Lawrence Charitable Trust, Love Ssega was also invited by Brian Eno to join the soon-to-launch climate initiative Earth Percent.
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