Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Artist-Workshop-in-the-Philippines-27MZIFJJYAUX6.htmlConceptually similarArtist Workshop in the PhilippinesGP0STQW7OCompleted★★★★Artist Workshop in the PhilippinesGP0STQW7KCompleted★★★★Artist Workshop in the PhilippinesGP0STQW7PCompleted★★★★Artist Workshop in the PhilippinesGP0STQW7NCompleted★★★★Artist Workshop in the PhilippinesGP0STQW7LCompleted★★★★Artist Workshop in the PhilippinesGP0STQW7MCompleted★★★★Artist Workshop in the PhilippinesGP0STQW82Completed★★★★Artist Workshop in the PhilippinesGP0STQW7JCompleted★★★★Tacloban Artist in the PhilippinesGP0STQW7GCompleted★★★★View AllGP0STQW7QArtist Workshop in the PhilippinesLocal artist Archie Zabala holds an art workshop to impart his talent through creating art pieces with the use of various found objects. The mixed-media workshop will exhibit each participant’s creativity in basic sculpture as they integrate their thoughts about climate change and the environment. Each art piece would symbolize the people’s desire to craft something beautiful out of damaged and tattered objects which resonates to their ability to thrive despite any circumstance.Locations:Asia-Leyte-Philippines-Southeast Asia-TaclobanDate:23 Mar, 2017Credit:© Francesco Pistilli / GreenpeaceMaximum size:6000px X 4000pxKeywords:Artists-Boys-Children-Climate (campaign title)-Indoors-KWCI (GPI)-Painting (activity)-People-Women-Workshops (events)Shoot:Philippines Join the Global 'Break Free' Protests Against Fossil FuelsVarious activities are organized in the Philippines as part of the global movement against fossil fuels called "Break Free". Coal-fired power plant host communities in Toledo City, Cebu, carry out a 60KM Climate walk from Toledo City to Cebu City. Communities are asking the government to say "No to coal" and shift to renewable energy.The Stand-Up Paddling group paddles a 13-km from Marcelo Fernan bridge to Ludo, Cebu City to convey Cebuanos’ strong opposition to coal.The Salt Water Dragon Boat Club organized a "Dragon boat race for the climate" as part of the team's awareness and their way of coping after their tragic experience when Typhoon Haiyan hit the Philippines in November 2013.