The Gallery Is Live!

Explore the multi-media activism of 5 extraordinary artists through the connected online galleries that make up “A Study in Artivism,” exhibit.


About Climate Gallery

The Climate Gallery is a non-profit virtual reality gallery featuring multi-medium pieces from a diverse group of climate-focused artists.
We showcase art and artists who dare to combat the climate crisis.


Live conversations. Unique perspectives. Available anywhere!

Climate change is a global issue and our work and conversations need to reflect this. That’s why we’re using VR.

We’ve discovered ways to make VR more accessible and more engaging than video calls or other single-sided conversation platforms.

Attendees will be able to freely explore artists’ works and interact with other visitors via any web browser or get closer to the action with a VR headset – regardless of geographic boundaries. 


Experience art with a community.
Hear directly from the artists.

Art starts a conversation that often goes like this… An artist expresses a perspective. A patron then imposes their life experiences on that piece and comes to a conclusion. Something was learned or reflected on.

The reason galleries are so engaging is because this process can happen beyond the inside of one’s mind; it can happen in a community.

To facilitate these conversations, the gallery will feature a talk by one of the exhibiting artists on every showing day.

Join us to hear and share about journies in engaging with climate change and activism.


Support the arts. Support environmental causes.

We collaborate with organizations that are on-the-ground fighting fossil fuels, protecting communities from environmental disasters, and advocating for climate justice.

If you are an organization or organizer that’s looking to collaborate or partner with The Climate Gallery, learn about building community in the VR space, get connected to climate artists, or receive an environmental micro-grant, please reach out for opportunities. 

Environmental Partners

Support Climate Gallery

Your support will be used to fund artists and volunteers, create micro-grants for direct action climate organizations, help us conduct outreach/fundraising programs, as well as make future exhibitions possible.

Help us build this climate-focused global community!