consultancy:

As environmental sustainability consultants, we help cultural organisations to reduce their environmental impact and develop medium and long-term objectives towards carbon neutrality.

We support institutions in developing a comprehensive and holistic ecological vision, starting by assessing their current efforts and actions, and helping them identify the next steps towards sustainable operations.   

​Our team has developed a number of tools to enable cultural institutions, museums and not-for-profit arts organisations to meet the challenges and opportunities of sustainable working practices.

consultancy:

As environmental sustainability consultants, we help cultural organisations to reduce their environmental impact and develop medium and long-term objectives towards carbon neutrality.

We support institutions in developing a comprehensive and holistic ecological vision, starting by assessing their current efforts and actions, and helping them identify the next steps towards sustainable operations.   

​Our team has developed a number of tools to enable cultural institutions, museums and not-for-profit arts organisations to meet the challenges and opportunities of sustainable working practices.

our team:

our team:

Alice Bonnot
Founder and Director

Alice Bonnot is an independent art curator, sustainability consultant, writer and speaker specialising in the development of environmentally sustainable curatorial and artistic practices with a drive towards eco solutions. She teaches the course ‘Curating an ecologically sensitive exhibition’ and is regularly invited to speak about art and ecology. As a curator, Alice focuses on developing environmentally respectful, low-carbon contemporary art exhibitions that address socio-political and environmental issues, as well as broader concerns relating to society.

Alice works as an environmental sustainability consultant for Ki Culture and has been coaching over ten international institutions including the Atelier de Restauration et de Conservation des Photographies (ARCP), Cornwall Museum Partnership (CMP), Green Kids Museum, Nigerian National Museum and Rok Box. She holds a Master’s degree in Arts and Cultural Management from the University of Paris-Dauphine and a Bachelor’s degree in International Business from Dublin City University.

Gabriella Sá
Development Manager

Gabriella Sá is an independent development outreach coordinator specialising in the development of artistic and cultural projects. She mediates institutional and international relations and is involved in establishing programmes for artistic residencies and galleries. As a project developer, she meanders between curatorial research practices and executive cultural productions. She is currently collaborating with Galeria Raquel Arnaud (Brazil-Portugal) and Galeria Madragoa (Portugal).

With an acute approach to deep-ecology and environmentally sustainable cultural practices, Gabriella supports the development of regenerative practices and politically engaged projects. She has a degree in Design from the European Design Institute in São Paulo and Milan, in Art History from Rodrigo Naves, São Paulo and in Phenomenology from The Nature Institute, NYC.

Jule Kurbjeweit
Project Manager

Jule is a cultural project manager interested in the connection between art and individual, as well as collective and environmental wellbeing. Jule has co-curated exhibitions and shows in Maastricht and Lisbon. She was head of events and cultural programme at the coworking space Heden Lisboa and coordinated the first edition of Banff Centre Mountain Film Festival in Portugal. She was also project manager of FEA (Festival dos Espaços dos Artistas de Lisboa).

Jule is the founding director of LAR (Lisbon Art Retreat), a programme of events and retreats that bring together artistic and wellbeing practices with a focus on supporting participants in developing a more conscious and sustainable lifestyle. Jule is the social media manager at maat – Museum of Art, Architecture and Technology in Lisbon and an editorial and research assistant for maat’s digital platform ext.maat.pt. She holds a BA in Liberal Arts and Sciences from University College Maastricht and an MA in Culture Studies from the Universidade Católica Portuguesa in Lisbon.

Alice Bonnot
Founder and Director

Alice Bonnot is an independent art curator, sustainability consultant, writer and speaker specialising in the development of environmentally sustainable curatorial and artistic practices with a drive towards eco solutions. She teaches the course ‘Curating an ecologically sensitive exhibition’ and is regularly invited to speak about art and ecology. As a curator, Alice focuses on developing environmentally respectful, low-carbon contemporary art exhibitions that address socio-political and environmental issues, as well as broader concerns relating to society.

Alice works as an environmental sustainability consultant for Ki Culture and has been coaching over ten international institutions including the Atelier de Restauration et de Conservation des Photographies (ARCP), Cornwall Museum Partnership (CMP), Green Kids Museum, Nigerian National Museum and Rok Box. She holds a Master’s degree in Arts and Cultural Management from the University of Paris-Dauphine and a Bachelor’s degree in International Business from Dublin City University.

Gabriella Sá
Development Manager

Gabriella Sá is an independent development outreach coordinator specialising in the development of artistic and cultural projects. She mediates institutional and international relations and is involved in establishing programmes for artistic residencies and galleries. As a project developer, she meanders between curatorial research practices and executive cultural productions. She is currently collaborating with Galeria Raquel Arnaud (Brazil-Portugal) and Galeria Madragoa (Portugal).

With an acute approach to deep-ecology and environmentally sustainable cultural practices, Gabriella supports the development of regenerative practices and politically engaged projects. She has a degree in Design from the European Design Institute in São Paulo and Milan, in Art History from Rodrigo Naves, São Paulo and in Phenomenology from The Nature Institute, NYC.

Jule Kurbjeweit
Project Manager

Jule is a cultural project manager interested in the connection between art and individual, as well as collective and environmental wellbeing. Jule has co-curated exhibitions and shows in Maastricht and Lisbon. She was head of events and cultural programme at the coworking space Heden Lisboa and coordinated the first edition of Banff Centre Mountain Film Festival in Portugal. She was also project manager of FEA (Festival dos Espaços dos Artistas de Lisboa).

Jule is the founding director of LAR (Lisbon Art Retreat), a programme of events and retreats that bring together artistic and wellbeing practices with a focus on supporting participants in developing a more conscious and sustainable lifestyle. Jule is the social media manager at maat – Museum of Art, Architecture and Technology in Lisbon and an editorial and research assistant for maat’s digital platform ext.maat.pt. She holds a BA in Liberal Arts and Sciences from University College Maastricht and an MA in Culture Studies from the Universidade Católica Portuguesa in Lisbon.

villa villa is part of the Green Art Lab Alliance, the Future Bank Materials working group and the Ki Culture professional network

villa villa is part of the Green Art Lab Alliance, the Future Bank Materials working group and the Ki Culture professional network

Kelly Obrien, ‘Deconstructed Ecosystem’. Wood, mycelium, hemp, wildflowers, bird nest, beeswax, thread, glass. 250 x 52 x 52 cm ©2022. Image: Lena Lewis King

Environmental Sustainability Strategy

We are working with Lisbon-based artist studios and gallery PADA to minimise their impact and create a sustainable environment for the production and presentation of artworks.

Amongst other things, we wrote an environmental sustainability strategy and action plan that includes immediate actions to start reducing their carbon emissions and next steps that will require further research and development.

This document provides short and medium term objectives to implement sustainability in all PADA’s programmes and buildings.

Immediate actions and next steps include carbon reduction in regards to energy, waste, digital / IT, events, garden, transport and exhibitions among the gallery and art residency.

Kelly Obrien, ‘Deconstructed Ecosystem’. Wood, mycelium, hemp, wildflowers, bird nest, beeswax, thread, glass. 250 x 52 x 52 cm ©2022. Image: Lena Lewis King

Environmental Sustainability Strategy

We are working with Lisbon-based artist studios and gallery PADA to minimise their impact and create a sustainable environment for the production and presentation of artworks.

Amongst other things, we wrote an environmental sustainability strategy and action plan that includes immediate actions to start reducing their carbon emissions and next steps that will require further research and development.

This document provides short and medium term objectives to implement sustainability in all PADA’s programmes and buildings.

Immediate actions and next steps include carbon reduction in regards to energy, waste, digital / IT, events, garden, transport and exhibitions among the gallery and art residency.

We would love to hear from you, email us now!

We would love to hear from you, email us now!

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