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Alice Sharp wins PEA Arts Award


02/04/2015
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The Guardian – The Tech Revolution Issue  features PEA Awards 2014 winners in PQ Magazine – My Green Pod.

Including Alice Sharp, Director and Founder of Invisible Dust, winner of the PEA Arts Award 2014. Read the full PQ Magazine here.  

The PEA (People Environment & Achievement) awards were set up in order to recognise inspirational people who are making a difference to the green agenda. Now in it’s fourth year, it has featured some of the leading innovators, creative people and organisations in the world of sustainability. Sharp was awarded the prize for her achievements with Invisible Dust, in the Arts, Music, Fashion and Film category. Awards were given out in 17 categories including business, campaigner, communications, entrepreneur and public sector.

These awards were founded with an intent and need to support individuals and teams making a real difference in the world today, hopefully inspiring others and stimulating the decision makers to take urgent action for the way we are treating our planet.Jarvis Smith, Founder, PEA awards.

The panel of judges was chaired by Dr David Viner, climate change lead at Mott Macdonald, and included Martin Wright, Director of Forum for the Future, Oliver Heath, TV personality and eco-architect, Hugh Jones, Managing Director Advisory at the Carbon Trust and Rebecca Hill, International Marketing Director at National Geographic Magazine.

“Through this award, I hope to gain more recognition for the work that Invisible Dust does to bring leading artists and scientists together to produce exciting new art commissions to large audiences.” Alice Sharp in PQ Magazine

The PEA Awards were founded and created by Jarvis Smith, in association with PQ Magazine. This years green carpet award ceremony took place on the 27th November under the theme ‘Unity’.

To find out more about the awards visit the PEA Awards website.

2 Comments

  1. Anna Stanning says:

    Well done Alice! Brilliant!

  2. Amarjit Chanion says:

    Its fantastic to see that arts led environmental awareness projects are being recognised and valued by mainstream institutions. I have been following the work of Invisible Dust since its inception and I am particularly impressed about how the combination of arts and science has been woven together into a coherent educational form. Invisible Dusts work with young people and air pollution is by all means very impressive. as a community development professional I would have no hesitation in commissioning the projects listed on the Invisible Dust website. And well done Alice for winning the PEA awards.

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