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Paris, Melbourne, New York

With the support of Creative Victoria and Bank Australia CLIMARTE is curating an exhibition as part of ArtCOP21, the cultural response to the COP21 UN Climate Change Conference in Paris. The artwork we have selected is an impressive video work - Counting One to Four: Nature morte by Melbourne artist Debbie Symons.


Counting One to Four: Nature morte visualises the predicted consequences of our warming atmosphere on the Earth’s biodiversity in a seven-minute video. This ground breaking work is also being screened as part of ArtCOP21 in Paris, Melbourne and New York.

By presenting Counting One to Four: Nature morte at ArtCOP21 we call on delegates and the peoples of the world to take bold and hopeful action at COP21 Paris for a safe climate and a sustainable future.

Paris: 12 November to 9 December 2015, at PRODROMUS gallery, 46 Rue Saint-Sébastien, 75011 Paris.

Melbourne: 21 November 2015, 6pm-6:30pm; then 10:00 am daily, 30 November to 11 December 2015, at Federation Square, Cnr Swanston and Flinders Streets, Melbourne, 3000.

New York: 14 September 2015, 6:30-9:00pm, Streaming Museum at Dag Hammarskjold Plaza, E 47th St, New York, NY 10017.


CLIMARTE wins 2015 Melbourne Award


CLIMARTE was announced winner of the City of Melbourne’s prestigious Melbourne Award for 'Contribution to Environmental Sustainability by a Community Organisation’ at a ceremony at Melbourne Town Hall on Saturday 14 November.

Now in its thirteenth year, the city’s most prestigious awards ceremony recognises organisations and individuals across a range of sectors that have dedicated themselves to Melbourne.

Lord Mayor Robert Doyle expressed his appreciation for the hard work of all those recognised in this year’s awards.

“The Melbourne Awards acknowledge excellence and celebrate the dedication and commitment of Melburnians in their field, whether they are an individual, community group or corporation,” the Lord Mayor said

                 Lord Mayor Robert Doyle, Bronwyn Johnson, Guy Abrahams, Deputy Lord Mayor Susan Riley


CLIMARTE CEO Guy Abrahams said the Melbourne Award “acknowledges the importance of community, and the role of the ART+CLIMATE=CHANGE festival in creating the empathy and engagement needed to bridge the gap between knowledge and action on climate change”.

“This year’s Melbourne Awards finalists have all made significant contributions to Melbourne and its diverse communities.” Abrahams said. “We are honoured to be among such a committed group of organisations and individuals”.


CLIMARTE joins the
People’s Climate March
27 - 29 November 2015


Will YOU help us create the biggest climate march the world has ever seen?

On the eve of world leaders meeting in Paris for the United Nations climate summit and the ArtCOP21 global cultural events, we will gather in Australian cities and walk alongside thousands of people in hundreds of major cities around the world.

We are marching for a transition to clean energy, clean air, a healthy environment, secure jobs, and a safe climate: a future of hope!

Find details of a march near you.



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