CURRENT PROJECTS

Millennium ART creates innovative programs, interactive exhibitions, conceptual installations, and communications initiatives that focus on illuminating the ways we can reshape the future of human ecology on our planet. Our current projects explore the themes of education, science, culture, sustainable development, and peace.

#ACTNOW LIVE VR EXPERIENCE

Hybrid Events in the Metaverse
Hosted on AltspaceVR
NOV 07 | DEC 07 | JAN 24
PROJECT PRESENTATION


It's time to portal into the Metaverse for the #ActNowVR Experience in support of the United Nations ActNow campaign for individual action on climate change and sustainability. Join us during COP27 and COP15 to tackle the "Planetary Triple Threat" of Climate Change, Pollution, and Biodiversity Loss through the lens of the Human Right to a safe climate and healthy environment utilizing the SDGs. Follow us at @ActNowVR and register for Live Events.

2°C 2030 BIODIVERSITY
#SoundTheAlarm @2C2030

COP15 UN Biodiversity Conference
7-17 DEC 2022 | Montreal, Canada
PROJECT PRESENTATION


Part 2 of the COP15 UN Biodiversity Conference to the Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD) has a main objective to adopt the post-2020 Global Biodiversity Framework rallying urgent policy action to stop the exacerbation of biodiversity loss and allow for the stabilization and recovery of natural ecosystems. By utilizing artistic data visualizations infused with Indigenous storytelling we will inform, educate, and activate all levels of society through creative experiences that bridge biodiversity knowledge gaps and quantify biodiversity benefits of GHG emission reductions that limit global warming to below 2°C by 2030.


LAKA'LELUP | Coming Together for a Common Purpose | Climate Change and the Lake Tahoe Basin
Environmental Art Installation

Lake Tahoe | Date TBC HIGHLIGHTS VIDEO


LAKA'LELUP is a Washoe term meaning "coming together for a common purpose." Natural phenomena such as water, weather, and sunlight breathe life, air, and light into the floating LAKA'LELUP installation, bringing the majestic landscape of Lake Tahoe into play by day, and by night it transforms into an illuminated art experience with data-driven storytelling about the impacts of climate change in the Lake Tahoe Basin and the solutions available to us.


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millennium ART A United Nations Affiliated Organization

Mia Hanak, Founder & Executive Director
PO BOX 4552, Missoula, MT 59806, USA
Tel: +1.415.637.0525 | info@millenniumart.org

www.millenniumart.org