Our Workshops and Events

Past and current:
See what we are doing in our workshops and events

Each of our events is about making art to express what “moves us” about climate and nature, and to use our art as a dialog starter. In our workshops, we share educational resources, learn about regional environmental efforts, and discuss how to have conversations about climate change.
Here is where you can see us in action. 

(To see upcoming events, check out our Events page!)

Climate Change in My Backyard: Art from the Heart”

St. Louis workshop participant - 2022 Photo of St. Louis Arch

Artists for Climate Awareness members convened in Carol Carter’s Studio in St. Louis, Missouri on September 24, 2022 for painting, sculpting, and climate education.


“Painting Deserts in Watercolor”

In “Painting Deserts in Watercolor,” on February 25, 2023 in Bloomington, Indiana, Artists for Climate Awareness people enjoyed painting together, learning about desert conservation, and talking about how to be an advocate for better climate change communication. 


“Elements: An Exhibition by Artists for Climate Awareness”


Ten members of Artists for Climate Awareness display their artwork in the Education Gallery at the John Waldron Arts Center, 122 S. Walnut St., Bloomington, IN, from March 3 – April 7, 2023. The show is in conjunction with two environment-related exhibitions by climate groups and individuals,  named “Climate Shock” and  “Stone Soup: From Nature to Politics.”