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Global Climate Art Events Guide
Interactive map featuring listings of worldwide climate art events.

ArtCOP21 
Paris, September - December 2015
A global festival of cultural activity on climate change

Canary Project 
We are very pleased to announce current and upcoming exhibits:

Seachange 
TULCA Festival of Visual Art curated by Mary Cremin.  11.14.15 - 11.29.15, Galway, IRELAND

As Marc Augé states 'Everything is happening, as though the future could no longer be imagined except as the memory of a disaster which we only have a foreboding of right now'. (from the curator's brief)

Sayler Morris debut Water Gold Soil  (American River Archive, doc. 2)two-channel video, 2015. 

Artist Talk (Sayler/Morris) Saturday, November 28th
Review in the Irish Times. 

Social Ecologies 
Curated by Greg Lindquist, Gallery at Industry City, Brooklyn, NY  12.5.15 - 2.21.16

Opening Reception: 12.12.15 4-7PM

Artists: David Brooks, The Canary Project, Laura Grace Chipley, Cynthia Daignault, Rackstraw Downes, Ellie Irons, Josephine Halvorson, Marc Handelman, Trevor Paglan, Mary Miss, Roxy Paine, Alexis Rockman, Martha Rosler, Charles Simonds, Robert Smithson, Tattfoo Tan, Mierle Laderman Ukeles, Allyson Veira, Matthew C. Wilson, Kevin Zucker.

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Rare Bird 
Curated by Charles Stainback, Berman Museum, Collegeville, PA 1.21.16 - 4.3.16

John James Audubon and Contemporary Art features original artworks by John James Audubon in conversation with works by nine contemporary artists: Brandon Ballengée, Walton Ford, Harri Kallio, Nina Katchadourian, Kate MccGwire, James Prosek, Duke Riley, Susannah Sayler and Edward Morris. More information

Navneet Narayan photography, Fiji 

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Creative Climate Awards
An annual series of events that showcase artists creating climate-inspired, public works and actions.

Science and Art in a Climate of Change
A unique exchange of ideas and artistic expression, islanders, climate change experts, and political leaders explore the very real threats to islands across the South Pacific, the "canaries in the coal mine" of climate change.

The Canary Project
Art and media that deepen public understandings of climate change

Positive Feedback
Supporting the collaborations of artists and scientists focused on climate change

Rachel Nankivell
Photographer – including a portfolio on Cyclone Evan, Samoa

Legion Arts, Iowa
16 artists in four galleries explore flood, drought, climate change... 

Artists and Climate Change
Contributions from the artistic community to the vexing problem of climate change

Vanishing Ice
Frames a unique body of art that showcases the beauty and attraction of Earth's frozen frontiers within the context of climate change

Alison Wright
Documentary photographer focusing on endangered cultures and people and documenting issues concerning the human condition

Moana: The Rising of the Sea
Stage production of music and dance addressing displacement, cultural loss, and survival in the Pacific facing rising sea levels

American Museum of Natural History

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