Art as radical
We are a non-profit, climate arts organization that uses creativity to illuminate and act on social and environmental inequalities killing us and our planet.
We believe in combining art and environmental consciousness in a way that creates community, builds skills, and enacts change.
Cultivating creativity in the climate movement.
2023 Climate Creative Artist In Residence
Mira Musank is a textile upcycling artist based in the San Francisco Bay Area. Her creative garments are inspired by runway experiences from her fashion blogging days. Mira’s medium is sewing, weaving, and hand embroidery.
Mira will be joining Climate Creative to develop a number of works highlighting the injustice of
Building uncommon connections that encourage change.
Check out some of the recent work created by our community members.
Join us for an unforgettable evening of creativity, style, and rhythm! Hem & Jaleo is a unique event that combines the magic of upcycled fashion with the passion of flamenco.
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Caption: Mira Musank addressing the crowd during Climate Creative’s The VR Climate Gallery launch party in San Francisco on Friday, November 4, 2022. Press Release
The Climate Gallery’s exhibition entitled, “A Study in Artivism,” kicked off the online exhibition with Mira’s artist talk and a tour of her textile art gallery. Watch the recorded 30-minute