Online - London, United Kingdom

Organised by Do The Green Thing

Step into our online exhibition by 24 Black artists and artists of colour exploring the relationship between racial justice and climate justice.

Art has always helped us to interpret the world and get closer to its truths.

The Colour of the Climate Crisis grapples with one of those truths: that we are facing a crisis of climate and nature, and that the people most affected, most at risk and least responsible for it are people of colour.

We know that racialised and minoritised communities are already on the frontlines of climate change. Their experiences, ideas and leadership must be central to the global response to it.

As world leaders meet at COP26 to discuss the climate crisis, this exhibition offers them an opportunity: to be quiet, and listen. To be humble, and learn. To be brave, and commit to meaningful action.

This is an opportunity for us all to acknowledge the truth that racial injustice is climate injustice, and to begin to change it.

  • art
  • race
  • climate
  • climatecrisis


Attendees — 5

The Colour of the Climate CrisisLondon, United Kingdom