Corporate Mapping Project
The Corporate Mapping Project is shining a bright light on the fossil fuel industry by investigating the ways corporate power is organized and exercised. The initiative is a partnership of academic and community-based researchers and advisors who share a commitment to advancing reliable knowledge that supports citizen action and transparent public policy making.
Claude Schryer started conscient in 2020 as a personal learning journey and knowledge-sharing exercise that features conversations, newsletters, monologues and/or creations about art and the ecological crisis.
Centre for Sustainable Curating
The Centre for Sustainable Curating supports research, exhibitions, visual/digital production, and pedagogy focused on environmental and social justice. Located in the Department of Visual Arts at Western University, the CSC encourages research into waste, pollution, and climate crisis, and the development of exhibitions and artworks with low carbon footprints.
Canadian Green Alliance
The CGA was founded in 2019 by Canadian performers Julia McLellan and Tess Benger, as our response to the theatre industry’s structural lack of organized climate action. After years of having to leave our values at the door when we entered arts organizations, we started to wonder what our national theatre community would need to feel like they had the skills to embody their climate action in their artistic work.
Creative Green Tools Canada
We are a coalition of arts and environmental practitioners interested in promoting environmental stewardship in the Canadian arts and culture sector, and we have done so by adapting an art and culture-specific carbon calculation tool created by the UK organization Julie’s Bicycle to the Canadian context.
SCALE was born in the spring of 2021 when a small group of dedicated arts workers, in collaboration with Climate Emergency Unit, came together to establish a national hub at the intersection of climate and culture in Canada.
This map outlines the boundaries of the 15 ecozones and 53 ecoprovinces of Canada. These ecological areas cover all of the areas within the coastal boundaries of Canada.
Native Land Digital strives to create and foster conversations about the history of colonialism, Indigenous ways of knowing, and settler-Indigenous relations, through educational resources such as our map and Territory Acknowledgement Guide.
Song of the Siren” Opening Show
“Song of the Siren” features some works from my ongoing Sirens series. Sirens is a group of magical realism paintings that now numbers close to 100 works. Each painting is a visualization of a key moment in my soon to be completed Sirens book. The first in a series, the Sirens book is a work of fiction in the genre of magical realism and intended for a young adult audience.
These oversize bee sculptures help us see what’s really there
This article is part of a series on rewilding and the arts as part of the David Suzuki Foundation’s inaugural Rewilding Arts Prize.
For Charmaine Lurch, rewilding starts with paying attention to the natural world around us – and learning how to listen.