11 April – 17 May 2015

What does art have to do with climate change? Come & find out…

ART+CLIMATE=CHANGE 2015 is a festival of climate change related arts and ideas featuring curated exhibitions alongside a series of keynote lectures and public forums featuring local and international guests.

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ART+CLIMATE=CHANGE 2015 presents 25 exhibitions in Melbourne and greater Melbourne from Tarrawarra Museum of Art in the Yarra Valley to Linden New Art in St Kilda. Artists have always played a major role in recording and responding to our place in nature. Art can show us where we have been, where we are now and where we might go. Art can be a call to action. Art can be a catalyst for change… learn more


The Maldives Exodus Caravan Show is located at Federation Square between ACMI and Tourist Information Centre. Meet the artist, Soren Dalhgaard and hear about the Caravan’s world adventures to date. Engage with videos, music and games. This installation considers the current political unrest in the Maldives as well the plight of low-lying Pacific island states in the face of climate change… learn more


Q What has culture got to do with climate change? A. Everything according to these leading thinkers. Featuring David Buckland (UK) Artist and Artistic Director Cape Farewell, William L Fox (USA), Director, Center for Art+ Environment, Nevada Museum of Art and more… learn more


Set your wheels in motion with an ART+CLIMATE=CHANGE 2015 bike tour and see four visionary Architect designed homes lead by leading architect and design writer Stephen Crafti. Book now… learn more


Meet curators, artists and participate in a wide range of public programs at each participating Gallery and Museum. Education programs for children and adults alike!… learn more


Artists give a pitch about an artwork that they have submitted to the Anthropocene Cabinet of Curiosities. The SLAM will be moderated by leading experts with audience participation invited and live twitter feed… learn more

Guy Abrahams, CLIMARTE CEO and Co-founder talks about ART+CLIMATE=CHANGE 2015…

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