OUR FIGHT FOR A GREENER FUTURE
Presented by: Photography for Future
23, 24, 25 June 2021
Tempio del Futuro Perduto Milan, Italy
"Act as if what you are doing matters. It does." William James
Join us at our first in-person exhibition, Our Fight for a Greener Future, hosted in collaboration with the Italian Minister of the environment (#All 4 Climate) and PRE-COP 26 events.
The works in this exhibition are a presentation of local school students, professional photojournalists, and environmental photographers based around the world addressing the climate crisis through the lens of deforestation and its consequences.
23 June - Youth night
Children activities 18.00 - 20.00
Guest speaker 19.30
24 June - Adult night
Aperitivo 18.00- 21.00
Guest Speakers 19.00 - 20.00
25 June - Open for enjoying
Aperitivo 18.00 - 21.00
Stay updated with the event details through the Facebook event here.
Location: Tempio del Futuro Perduto - Via Luigi Nono 9 Milano
ART ACTIVISM IN THE DIGITAL SPACE
19-21 March, 2021
Milano Digital Week
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In the times of a global pandemic, how do we continue to be active for the matters we consider important?
Welcome to our long-awaited, two-room virtual exhibition space.
The presented works of the first showroom encompass the artworks of young student-activists, attendees of the gallery's workshop "Art Activism in the Digital Space" in which they were shown ways in which to effectively use digital tools and methods for raising environmental awareness.
Alongside their work in the second showroom, we feature selected photographs donated to Photography for Future by photographers from all over the world, available for purchase with 100% of the profits going to reforestation projects.
Together, we believe that the digital space is an incredible space of potential, for engaging, raising your voice, and standing up for our planet. As artists, activists, environmentalists, conservationists, photographers, students, and volunteers, we warmly welcome you to enter the exhibition, explore the work, become inspired, and above all - remain active!