Artivist Alarm

The Artivist Alarm is a global collaborative project to communicate the current and future impacts of the climate crisis. The purpose of this project is to create a platform to facilitate creative communication about the reality of the impacts of …


Call out for Climate Impact Art

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Artivists work can be used as educational and organizing tools. Find diverse mediums communicating the climate crisis and solutions

Featured Artists

Read about Artivists - their story, their influences, advice and their contribution to the climate movement

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Submit your artwork to [email protected] or upload it in the Artivist Alarm group on artivists.net

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Paintings – A Changing World

Bethany Bartran is Painter using her skills to sound the alarm about our changing world.  

Polar Ice Minimum
acrylic on canvas 150x50cm
the polar ice cap at its smallest ever in recorded history

Polar Ice minimum

2013 tracks and intensity of all

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Paintings – Urban Ecology | Climate Change Series – USA

Danielle Nelisse is a Profressional Painter based in California, USA.  She creates large scale abstract paintings.

In her Climate Change Series, she presents abstract paintings that reflect her emotional response to global climate change. Nelisse uses color and …

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If not us, then who?

The Artivist Alarm is comprised of artwork from contributing Artists from all over the world who are using their creative skills to raise awareness on climate impacts and solutions to climate change.  The art created through this project will serve …

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Video – Cineasta – Perú

Lucia Florez is a Filmmaker from Lima Peru.

According to the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change’s (IPCC ) Peru is one of the countries that will be most affected by the effects of climate change. Lucia and her team …

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