Project Description

September 14-15th, 2019

Together at our climate art exhibit, we transformed the redwood grove at Old Mill Park into a creative hive for climate action. We inspired hundreds of conversations about climate change; over a hundred people signed up as Green Change members; dozens pledged to take climate action; and many more played our educational games and learned new information to help them go green. 

Last but not least, thousands more learned about our climate action programs through press coverage in the Independent Journal, Pacific Sun and other publications, including wide coverage on social media and the web. 

This Climate Art Exhibit was by far the most productive event that Green Change has organized this year, and we owe it all to the creativity of our artists, organizers and volunteers! 

Special thanks to Al Grumet for spearheading the creative development of this very special exhibit, to our gracious hosts Erma Murphy and Sylvia Barsky at MVFAF — and to all the volunteers who so generously helped us present our work for this transformative experience. 


Here are the photos of this inspiring experience, for your viewing pleasure. You’re also welcome to share our favorite photos on Facebook.