KIDDERMINSTER College is set to host a Greta Thunberg-inspired exhibition drawing attention to climate change and the environment.

Kidderminster College MAS Lab has joined the Wyre Forest Green Alliance Art 4 Planet Earth in presenting an exhibition to increase awareness of ecological problems with climate change challenges.

The exhibition features the world's only climate clock, which will be taken to the COP26 conference. 

Head curator at MAS Lab, Kevyn Gammond said: “Throughout the week we aim to inspire and invite you to join us daily where live performances, alongside the display of visual arts, deal with the climate future myriad issues, exemplified by the work of KC staff, students and an array of artist speakers from the community.

"All will provide an overview on climate emergency and how our everyday activities shape our future. Also, at this time, addressing the COP 26 climate change conference taking place in Glasgow.”

Visitors will notice a large “Growbot” which flashes warning messages and has the first UK built-in Climate Clock, put together for the college by the Greta Thunberg Climate Research Institute.

The “Growbot” has inspired students and staff create a Cosmic Garden floral sculptures that transform the colours, patterns and life-cycles of our plants and flowers to remind us to keep adapting to the ‘new normal’.

The No Plan, No Planet exhibition will run at the college from November 1 to 5.