Tubig Artists at the Center project launch
November 12, 2021
A new initiative of Sustaining All Life / United to End Racism, the project was launched online as part of We Want to Live: Our Water, Art & Climate Justice Movements workshop for COP26 United Nation’s Climate Change Conference in Glasgow.
Artists’ Kitchen: Info Session & Support for Artists
December 4, 2021 & January 15, 2022
Meet with Sustaining All Life / United to End Racism artist leaders and peers to learn more about the project and be in community with other creative thinkers. Through listening exchanges and co-creating sessions, participants will have the opportunity to share ideas about their potential creative offering(s). Time and space will be made to ask questions. To accommodate multiple time zones, there are two sessions for each date. Everyone is welcome to participate in one or more of the sessions. Registration is required.
Artwork Submission Deadline for July Exhibit
June 25, 2022
Be part of the first round of artists featured in the climate justice art gallery. Contact us in advance with any questions. Frontline community members may request listening exchange support for artwork submissions. Interested participants are encouraged to attend the Artists’ Kitchen (see above).
New Artwork Submissions Welcome
June 26, 2022
Artwork submissions are welcome at any time of the year. Submission deadlines inform artists when their artwork may be considered for the gallery. Future dates will be posted regularly.
Artists & Artworks Finalized for July Exhibit
July 10, 2022
Artists who have submitted artwork by June 25, 2022 will be informed and appreciated for their contribution to the climate justice gallery.
Opening of the Tubig Climate Justice Art Gallery
July 23, 2022 10am – 11:30am PST
The online gallery will be officially open to the general public. Participants are encouraged to view the artwork and consider sharing a movement building story.
We celebrate the opening with a gathering of artists whose artwork(s) are included in the gallery. Friends, family, loved ones and the general public are welcome to celebrate, listen and support artists. Participants are invited to reflect on the artwork through listening exchanges and share ideas on building our climate justice movements. Registration will be available soon.