Ryedale cycle forum members are invited to an upcoming art exhibition on Thursday 2nd June 6-8pm at Blossom Street Gallery, York. The exhibition brings forth recent work in collaboration with Daniel Bryant, an atmospheric scientist at the University of York. The work shines a light on the air pollution experienced in York whilst cycling with the objective of making the invisible, visible.
Particulate Matter is a pressing global issue. Are people really aware of the dangers of polluted air close to home in York and North Yorkshire? Air pollution causes serious health risks and costs to the NHS could reach £5.3 billion in the coming years.
For this private view, members of the cycling community, scientists, artists, York’s creative network, and lecturers who are all interested in the pressing issue of air pollution are invited.
Please see your invite below and the RSVP QR code. If you do not have the ability to scan the QR code here is the link to register your attendance. https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/328821141887
We would love to see you on the evening to share our findings as well as delve into conversations on the issue.
Please feel free to pass this on to a friend, or colleague who may be interested in this PV, they are free to register their attendance.
We look forward to sharing a glass of wine and nibbles with you.