The Tardigrade Stage brings arts to activism. Here’s what they say: “Tardigrade Stage creates artistic events designed to lift the spirits and to support local groups working for climate, environmental and social justice. Events may center around live music, storytelling, dancing, poetry, visual arts, or more. Each event will shine the spotlight on neighbors that are taking action, raise money to support their organization, and give us all a chance to pitch in.”
Today, I went to the Tardigrade Stage’s “Arts for Climate” event, which included musical performances and storytelling in support of 350 Mass, the state chapter of 350.org, an important climate-focused activist movement.