Volunteers at ART+CLIMATE=CHANGE 2017 program launch

Lauren Berkowitz: The Bottles, Margaret Lawrence Gallery

Bike tour with Squeaky Wheel
Ted Barraclough: Birdman, Chapter House Lane

Ed Morris (USA)
Avowing the Political: Art and Social Change

EXIT, Ian Potter Museum of Art
Photo by Mjarni Butlersden

John Akomfrah: Vertigo Sea, Ian Potter Museum of Art
Photo by Mjarni Butlersden

Yhonnie Scarce: Hollowing Earth, TarraWarra Museum of Art

Luminous Relic, Geelong Gallery
Mandy Martin, Alexander Boynes, Tristen Parr

Wesley Stacey: The wild thing, Monash Gallery of Art

Artist talk with Raymond Arnold
Australian Galleries

Regenesis, Acland Street St Kilda
Image: p1xels

Wesley Stacy: The wild thing
Monash Gallery of Art
School visit

Yandell Walton: Human Effect
Arts Centre Melbourne


Important Update from the CLIMARTE Team

On behalf of the CLIMARTE Co-Founders and Board, we invite our supporters to welcome our newly appointed Chair Dr Peter Christoff, and to warmly thank our outgoing Chair Mr Guy Abrahams for his years of successful leadership. “I am delighted to hand over the board...

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A huge thanks: ART+CLIMATE=CHANGE 2017

Our thanks to each and every one of the artists, curators, galleries, museums and organisations who contributed exhibitions and events for ART+CLIMATE=CHANGE 2017. We want to thank our many PARTNERS, who made this festival possible. Your support is invaluable and we...

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We are proud to announce the release of our first publication. Published by Melbourne University Press. Edited by Guy Abrahams, Bronwyn Johnson, Kelly Gellatly Presenting the work of Australian and international artists, ART+CLIMATE=CHANGE explores the power of art to...

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CLIMARTE wins 2015 Melbourne Award

CLIMARTE was announced winner of the City of Melbourne’s prestigious Melbourne Award for 'Contribution to Environmental Sustainability by a Community Organisation’ at a ceremony at Melbourne Town Hall on Saturday 14 November. Now in its thirteenth year, the city’s...

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Art Climate Ethics: What Role for the Arts?

Climate change is happening and we know it. Many recommend immediate and far reaching social, economic and technological responses and yet this isn’t happening. Campaigns for change have had marginal effect on our political leaders. So what, if anything, can the...

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