CAAV steering committee member, Joy Loving, discovered this work by Gregory Johnson here on the Sightline Institute’s blogsite: Sightline Daily. Aside from its simple beauty, “it doubles as clear, concise, powerful talking points and a compelling visual guide” of a complicated and technical report.
Joy has converted Greg’s work into a slideshow for us. Click on the image above to launch a power point show of this creative effort.
Inspired by Bill McKibben’s words in “What the warming world needs now is art, sweet art,” New York-based playwright and translator Chantal Bilodeau maintains a blog site devoted to all things climate art related: Artists and Climate Change: Contributions from the artistic community to the vexing problem of climate change.
“Today, interesting artistic work about climate change is popping up all over the country, in all kinds of venues. It shows up in opera houses and hip hop poetry slams, in established galleries and on-the-fly exhibitions, in off-Broadway houses and regional theatres. The goal of this blog is to track these works and gather them in one place.”
Thanks to CAAV steering committee Joy Loving for bringing this site to our attention.