Climate Artists

Are you an artist in northern Turtle Island invested in creative projects that relate to climate change, environmental justice, Indigenous knowledge, sustainability and place-based care and relationship?

We would love to know about and highlight your work.

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Environmental Youth Alliance

We provide free land-based education and paid employment training programs that support youth to develop the skills and confidence to become environmental stewards. Our programs centre on three themes – native plant horticulture, ecological restoration,

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Kevin Jesuino

Kevin Jesuino is a Portuguese-Canadian multi-disciplinary performer, performing arts educator, movement coach, arts facilitator, LGBTQ+ activist and community organizer. His work is oftentimes collaborative, site-specific, participatory, and process-oriented. His practice explores relationality, the stories within our

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Katrine Claassens

Katrine Claassens is a South-African artist based in Montreal. She is an artist, writer, and environmental communications specialist. She has an Honour’s degree in Visual Art from Stellenbosch University, South Africa (2007) and a Master’s

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Natasha Lavdovsky

Natasha (Tasha) Lavdovsky is a neurodivergent artist & amateur lichenologist, who grew up in Traditional Tsawout First Nation unceded territory (in so-called BC). In 2009 Tasha obtained a BA in studio art and art history

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Youth Imagine the Future

This festival invites youth (under 18) to explore solutions to the Climate Crisis, green technology and nature-based solutions, (eg. Miyawaki tiny forests.) Workshops are offered for groups or classes. Youth work to envision a better

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Millefiore Clarkes

Millefiore Clarkes is an award-winning filmmaker working on Prince Edward Island / Epekwitk. She is passionate about creating films that expression our interconnectivity to one another and to nature. Solastalgia is a lyrical film that

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Sandra Lamouche

Sandra Lamouche is a nehiyaw iskwew, Cree woman, from northern Alberta living in Treaty 7. She is a champion hoop dancer, award winning educator, TEDx Speaker, writer and artist. She has been doing land based

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North Node Collective

A visual arts collective in the north. Our aims and aesthetic are typified through our latest project, Soft Core. Of this project, we wrote: “Connecting the ways we feel in our bodies – silly, anxious,

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I am a pen and ink artist living in northern Turtle Island. I started a print series focussed on highlighting various nature-based climate solutions that exist on this land. The first in the series is

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Carolyn Debt sirenscrossing

Carolyn Deby / sirenscrossing

sirenscrossing is an international, collaborative umbrella for a transdisciplinary site-specific practice. We think of humans as only one node of liveliness in the interweave of the living Earth. Through creating audience experiences in everyday spaces,

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Latest Events + Opportunities

Tar Sands Songbook – Trans Mountain Pipeline Tour

TAR SANDS SONGBOOK Written, composed, and performed by Tanya Kalmanovitch Join us for a special presentation of

Dreaming Climate Consciousness

Communities Taking Climate Action: Leading Courageously

Learn to Unlearn: New Eco Production Models in (Future) Theatre

On October 27th and 28th, in cooperation with the Faculty of Dramatic Arts in Belgrade
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