The Weather, Arts and Music Special Interest Group was formed in 2012 following the first-ever Festival of Weather, Arts and Music on Jubilee Weekend in June 2012, at the Town Hall in Reading.
WAM seeks explore the possibilities inherent in bringing together such creative areas of activity as science and the arts, and bring meteorology and climate science to a wider public through the powerful communication tool that is the arts.
WAM Newsletter - special edition The WAM and Progress Theatre Reading production of Juliet Aykroyd's play Darwin and Fitzroy was a great success - download our special edition newsletter with lots of photos and reviews of the play a number of contributors including Malcolm Walker (Chair of the RMetS History Group) Stephanie Weller (Chair of Progress Theatre), writer Peter Moore and many more.
WAM is currently planning the next WAM Festival, which will be bigger and much better than WAM2012 - we think! But we'd like to know if you think it's good, too.
If you just want to see what it's all about, click on the Programme link and directly access our programmeproposal: it will explain our vision and give you a flavour of what we're planning. There's lots of exciting stuff for everyone, including families.
If on the other hand you're happy to help us by letting us know what you think, click on the Programme and Survey link. This will take youto an online survey, which also shows the programme. Follow the steps and you will have done us a very big favour, for which we are very grateful.Your input will allow us to refine our concept and come up with a Festival you will not want to miss!
The SIG is chaired by Pierrette Thomet, Director of the WAM Festival and a musician and artist. She can be contacted on email@example.com
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