RECENT PROJECTS

CLIMARTE's recent projects

TREE

Martin King, 'tree of life, diary of lost souls in twenty volumes No.1'

TREE CLIMARTE is mounting an exhibition of 25 commissioned artworks that depict and communicate a City of Melbourne’s tree and its experience of life. The trees are from the City of Melbourne’s celebrated Urban Forest project. Life has a layered dialogue with trees in the city context.
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The Climate Quilt

A square for The CLIMATE QUILT

The Climate Quilt - A CLIMARTE and Psychology for a Safe Climate collaboration.
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Poster Projects Past & Present (P.P.P.P.) Exhibition

Two 2022 CLIMARTE Posters, Tai Snaith and Sam Wallman

P.P.P.P. - POSTER PROJECTS PAST & PRESENT Posters remain a dynamic form of communication. From propaganda to grassroots organising, from infographics to memes, from advertising to subvertising, posters have informed, influenced, mocked, roused and inspired generation after generation. The CLIMARTE Poster Projects have visited Melbourne’s streets since 2016 provoking public dialogue and accelerating a response to climate change. P.P.P.P. is an exhibition of all our Posters.
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CLIMARTE POSTER PROJECT III A CALL TO ART (2021/22)

Masked Galah by TAI SNAITH

CLIMARTE' s Poster Project III  is curated collection of 10 posters to reflect a diversity of approaches to our climate emergency. The recent call out ' A CALL TO ART' received these incredible works, submissions are shown here also, we were so humbled by the number, and concerned, responses.
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Poster Project III: Why a Call to Art? Forum

The Poster Project III: Why a Call to Art? Forum officially launched CLIMARTE's third poster project with the City of Melbourne. Led by Dr. Lara Stevens, Forum speakers included Professor Brian Martin, Professor Patricia Piccinini and Dr Jen Rae. Introduced by City of Melbourne Councillor Rohan Leppert, the Forum was an exceptional opportunity to hear leaders in creative communications discuss their research and practice, as well as their views on the potential power of art to change Everything.
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