Track Zero know we’re not the only ones passionate about inspiring climate action through artistic expression in Aotearoa New Zealand and around the world. That’s why, besides showing images of our own Track Zero Programme as we get going, we also hope to celebrate what creative practitioners are doing across Aotearoa New Zealand, eventually showing their work on our website. If you’re an artist dedicating part of your practice to an aspect of climate change and sustainability, tell us about your work and events you have coming up. Tell us how you think the arts can take the lead on climate change. We welcome your ideas.
We recognise the arts create valuable spaces to respectfully learn from all cultures, such as Tangata Whenua and the Maori concept of kaitiakitanga handed down over 2000 years through traditional art forms. We acknowledge the work of climate experts, creative practitioners, art producers, directors and curators, traditional voices and others who have informed, and will continue to inform, our knowledge and response to climate change.