In this session, our experts will showcase the outcomes of two projects that IISD and the NAP Global Network supported to foster innovative and creative ways to communicate the climate crisis through images: Next Season and Lensational.
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Supported by the International Institute for Sustainable Development (IISD), through the NDC Partnership’s Climate Action Enhancement Package (CAEP), the Next Season project explored the synergies between contemporary art and science to propose innovative approaches to raising awareness of climate change.
Funded by the Canadian International Institute for Sustainable Development (IISD), the artists created the works following an exchange with a scholarly foundation that documented the impact of global warming.
Artworks created during residencies of the Next Season project are on exhibition at the Museum of Contemporary Art and Design in San Jose through June 19.
The exhibition Next Season: Art and Science in the Face of the Climate Future will kick off next Thursday, April 22, at the Costa Rican Museum of Contemporary Art and Design in San Jose. Open to the public until June 19, the exhibition will showcase works depicting climate change adaptation and mitigation developed by eight artists during residencies in some of the most important scientific centres in the Central America country.
The project Next Season – Arts and Climate Change in Costa Rica was created with the objective of bridging the artistic sector and the climate conversation, encouraging the communication of the issue in different ways within civil society.