…to make this exhibition happen again in 2021!

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Open Call

Artists! Scientists! Activists! Everyone and anyone!

Got something to say about climate change?

Participate AT THE DEAR2050 Open Call!

CALL for Artists and Activists

Inspire the conversation on the climate challenge with Climanosco

Climanosco’s mission is to make climate science accessible to everyone.

We support researchers and citizens around the world in paraphrasing climate research so that it is readily understandable to a broad audience, and we collaborate with artists and activists who create work that inspires and elevates the conversation on climate change and related societal challenges.

Now, we are pleased to announce our second call for artists and activists in concert with our call for scientific manuscripts.

We invite you to join our efforts with this year 2021 call “Oceans on the rise” around the effects of climate change on the oceans.

We welcome art works of all styles, artistic, artivist and activist initiatives, art & science collaborations and everything in between.

Participation offers:

  • The opportunity to share your art work with a new, diverse audience
  • The presentation of your art work in this year’s DEAR2050 exhibition
  • The sale of prints of your art work in our online shop
  • The chance to have an impact on the public discourse about the climate challenge.
  • The chance to win exciting prizes (jury selection)
The deadline for finalizing works is 31 August 2021.
Please notify us of your intention to participate with your proposal as soon as possible but no later than 25 March 2021.

 

We look forward to hearing from you!

CALL for Scientists

Broaden the impact of your research with Climanosco

Climanosco’s mission is to make climate science accessible to everyone. One way we do this is by supporting researchers in paraphrasing climate research so that it is readily understandable to a broad audience, and by freely sharing that knowledge with and promoting it to the public.

We invite you to join efforts with our 2021 thematic call for manuscripts.

Participation offers:

  • The opportunity to share your (or others’) research with a larger, diverse audience and to help increase public knowledge about climate science
  • A fully supported editing process with feedback from scientific and accessibility focused peers
  • The participation of your manuscript in the art & science exhibition “Dear 2050: Oceans on the rise” later in the year
We welcome manuscripts on climate change and the oceans, including the physical, chemical, biological and/or socioeconomical aspects.
Topics of interest may include but are not limited to accelerating sea level rise, ice melting in Greenland, the Arctic and the Antarctic, ocean pollution and climate change, oceanic geochemical cycles and climate change, oceanic biology, fishery and climate change.

Manuscripts will reflect the state-of-the-art of published research. They will be approximately 1500 words (3 pages), written in a language accessible to the general public. They may include pictures, illustrations and videos. Manuscripts may be either an introduction to well-established knowledge, a general overview of an area of research, or a more detailed dive into specific facets of an area of research. Please see below for more details.

The three best articles will be awarded cash prizes.

The deadline for the online submission of manuscripts is 1 June 2021.
Please notify us of your intention to participate as soon as possible.

 

We look forward to hearing from you!

The Climanosco team