Stitching My Landscape (Gruben) / El Arbol de la Vida y la Abundancia (Rodríquez) / We Dreamt Deaf (Galanin) / Danger Signs (Kaipova) / ...the sky is darkening...coming home... (Rickard) / Making Connections / What Can We Do?
Stitching My Landscape
Courtesy of the Artist © Maureen Gruben
El Arbol de la Vida y la Abundancia
(The Tree of Life and Abundance)
Courtesy of the artist and Instituto de Visión
We Dreamt Deaf
Copyright Artist, Courtesy of Sapar Contemporary and Artist
...the Sky is Darkening...coming home...
Jolene Rickard In collaboration with Janice Smith, Anita Greene, and Anita Ferguson
Courtesy of the Artist
Which work of art left you with the most questions? What questions would you ask the artist if you could have a conversation with them?
All of these works of art relate in some way to the future of our planet. But many are also about things that happened in the past. How do these artists use events from the past to send a message about the future?
Each of these artists comes from a different background. What do you see in their artwork that tells you something about their culture, background, or environment? How do the artists' stories about themselves or their communities come across in their works of art?
What Can We Do?
Learn about what you can do to help the Earth through each of these resources!
Just for Kids: What's Climate Change? And What Can I Do? (The Climate Reality Project)
Climate Kids Connects (Climate Science Alliance: Climate Kids)
NASA Climate Kids Activities (NASA)