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Climate Creative

Climate Gallery Artist Talk & VR Tour with Mira Musank

The Climate Gallery’s exhibition entitled, “A Study in Artivism,” kicked off the online exhibition with Mira’s artist talk and a tour of her textile art gallery. Watch the recorded 30-minute

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GG Rigsby

ARTIST FOCUS: Mira Musank of Fafafoom Studio

This continues Climate Creative’s look at artists and how their work helps save the Earth. Climate Creative is thrilled to announce the addition of Mira Musank as our 2023 Artist

Artist Focus
GG Rigsby

ARTIST FOCUS: Rachel Beck of Newd Elements

This is the first of what will be an occasional series on Climate Creative about artists who are using their talents to make the world a better place. Rachel Beck

Paras Singh

The Future of Food

The Vision The 3 E’s to guide the future of food The food of the future is dependent on the future of food, and vice versa. Climate change – one

Joy Drew Hallas

Biomimicry & The Future of Design

What is Biomimicry? Biomimicry is the act of observing nature to learn from it’s innate problem-solving abilities. We can use what we learn from nature to solve everyday design issues

Karina Zalac

ZacPack: Reduce Packaging Waste

The Vision Reducing packaging waste ZacPak Backpacks are the new grocery store essential accessory. All grocery stores have made the switch to zero-waste and single-use packaging is no longer available

Monica Dang

One Nation Over Plastic

The Vision Making sustainable packaging accessible for all We’re underwhelmed by plastic – to say the least. The future of takeout will be a mix of reusable and sustainable one-time-use

Nik Evasco

Communicating Change

The Vision In the future… For decades the environmental movement had been defined as an exclusive white-led club. The movement preferenced scientific debates about the ozone layer over honoring indigenous

Elexis Padrón

Connection Cards

The Vision Connecting with nature In the future, humans have brought themselves back from the brink of a climate disaster. How did they do it? The simple answer is: they