Climate Stories Gallery
In the run-up to our Climate Observations-themed pop-up, we want to create a collection of your photos, videos and sounds related to four monthly themes.
The entries will be shown on a reel in the pop-up’s chill-out zone, and winning entries from each month will be specially displayed – either on large canvases (images), using bone-conducting headphones (sounds) or on VR headsets (videos).
December: Your vision of a positive future
In December, as we look towards the coming New Year, tell us what you envisage as part of a positive future. More trees? More people walking and cycling? Whatever you think a positive future looks like: share your hopes with us!
We can’t wait to see what you create – submit your interpretations of this theme below. Looking for inspiration? Check out our Science as Art and Art of Science Galleries, and check out the submissions to this Gallery so far below! You can still submit entries for previous months – just choose the exhibition in the submission form.
Current / upcoming exhibitions
Resolutions for change
What makes Earth special?
November Exhibition: Your climate stories
Image: Flood relief channel, Exeter, April 2012 (taken by Natalie)
In November, the UK is hosting the UN’s COP26 Climate Change Conference. Although it’s a great platform for world leaders, climate experts and activists, we want to hear your thoughts and feelings about climate change. View the contributions below, and you can still submit your image and audio/video entries to this gallery.
This submission is the cover art from the University of Exeter Green Futures team's 'One Chance Left' poetry project, highlighting links between the climate crisis and human health. Go to: greenfutures....
Climate Change means I can no longer count on a daily bike ride around Dolbury Hill and along the River Culm. More and more often, flooding spreads a wet blanket over my usual cycle route: it's the new ab-normal....
The flood relief channel filling up - the footpath beside the (usual) water level is completely covered. This was quite an unusual year for rainfall and flooding.
Flood in our village in Somerset. The distant height measure is at 3ft - this is normally an (empty) ford across a shallow stream.
December Exhibition: Your vision of a positive future
Image: Lucas Sandor on Unsplash
We’ll open the exhibition once our first set of submissions have been received – submit your contribution below!