Looking at the past weeks, it is safe to say that the Creative Climate Awards were a great success of BIG, BOLD & BEAUTIFUL Climate Action.


Grujic’s dance film expands our understanding of climate advocacy beyond policy and legislation. It inspires a climate renaissance by creating a space for optimism and daring us to imagine a sustainable future. The goal is not to respond to why climate advocacy is important, but how we can begin making those changes today.
Created in collaboration with an environmental scientist and a product designer, Fractal Thinking tracks and maps the artist’s entire carbon footprint to the smallest degree.
Through her own transparency, the artist hopes to provoke deeper thinking, new perspectives, and accountability regarding our environmental impact.
sTo Len’s work examines our relationship to water, our disconnect to waste, and the entanglement of identity and place.
Highlighting environmental, social, and racial injustices, Frenchtown Scroll asks us to question the costs of our actions and their links to control, consumption, and profit.


CCA in Pictures
CCA in progress
A vibrant Opening Ceremony
Art Gallery walks
Earth day installations
Performances at QBG
Art Screenings on the Manhattan Bridge
Salon Conversations
HII FUNdraiser
A virtual Closing Ceremony


Thank you to everyone involved in this year’s CCA!
A shout-out goes out to all our Artists, Judges, Curators, HII Board members, Volunteers, Donors, Sponsors, Photographers, Art Installers & DJ. The CCA wouldn’t have turned out so beautifully without your support by our side!
And a HUGE thank you to our sponsors of this year’s CCA! This program is supported, in part, by public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council, Taipei Economic and Cultural Office (TECO) in New York, The Dumbo BID, The Queen’s Botanic Garden & The New York City DOT Arts Program.
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