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The Art of the Green New Deal
The Art of the Green New Deal5 months ago

"The point of solarpunk is to start telling that new, creative story. Illustrating a world where humans don’t live in opposition to nature, and where we also don’t forfeit the advancements of modern life, but instead flourish in harmony with the environment. The air is...

The Art of the Green New Deal
The Art of the Green New Deal5 months ago

For Earth Week next Tuesday, April 26th (6pm PT / 9pm ET), please join the Life Reimagined Collaborative as we celebrate and showcase the latest version (made possible by y'all!) of the video game, Life Reimagined.

With so much destruction and disrepair...

The Art of the Green New Deal
The Art of the Green New Deal7 months ago

Being part of collective creation today in the face of one man's senseless thirst for destruction felt like the right place to be. Thanks to the always inspiring and uplifting artivist David Solnit, we were able to recreate a larger than life version of Ukrainian...

The Art of the Green New Deal
The Art of the Green New Deal7 months ago

Calling all artists!
"The San Francisco Arts Commission invites artists and artist teams residing in the United States to submit qualifications for a public art opportunity at Ocean Beach in San Francisco. Proposals for this public art opportunity for the Ocean Beach Climate Change...

The Art of the Green New Deal
The Art of the Green New Deal9 months ago

Climate scientist Peter Kalmus talks about the importance of telling effective stories in his review of the new movie Don't Look Up:

"I hope that this movie, which comically depicts how hard it is to break through prevailing norms, actually helps break...

The Art of the Green New Deal
The Art of the Green New Deal10 months ago

"One of the most meaningful effects of public art is that it creates what urban designer Mitchell Reardon calls “community fingerprints”—spaces that make people feel represented, foster community ties, and give people a sense of ownership and belonging in their neighborhoods."

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