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Art as an Agent of Social Change
Public Art & the SDGs
Check out how graffiti is being used to promote the SDGs in Mongolia here and here.
Cities around the world are using public art to educate people about the SDGs. Check out Philadelphia.
Read about Malta's different approach to embracing sustainable development goals through the creative arts.
Museums and SDG's
Written by Henry McGhie, Museums and the Sustainable Development Goals is a free, how-to guide for museums, galleries, the cultural sector and their partners. It is intended to help empower museums (small, large and of any kind, anywhere), museum workers, museum networks and their partners to contribute to the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
#Create 2030 on Engaging Artists in Meeting the SDGs
SDGs Brought to Life Through Performance Art
The Global Institute on Arts and Leadership
Twenty Thirty Network
"Arts Twenty Thirty advocates for the use of artists' creativity to communicate the SDGs and inspire global audiences to take action towards a more sustainable future."Visit their About page for more information on the organization. Click here for information about their individual artists.
EcoArt documents and promotes the global contemporary green art movement. Check out the EcoArt database of art and artists and the EcoArt Observatory, a digital content aggregator of projects from different sources.
The Curating Cities database maps the field of eco-sustainable public art with descriptions of each project.
Why Art Has the Power to Change the World