Today’s youth are crucial in the fight for ecological justice, as evidenced by the many young climate activists pushing for change.
Art/Act: Youth – Plastic Rebellion unleashes their frustrations on the plastic pollution crisis. As the inheritors of our environmental challenges and injustices today, these youth artists have original and provocative messages for us all.
Come to be humbled, activated, and instilled with hope for the future.
The Brower Center's Art/Act: Youth program nurtures young environmental artists by fostering a community that supports and inspires their work—to ultimately empower the next generation of changemakers. Learn more.
EXPLORE THE EXHIBITION
Driven by climate concerns, these artists urge us to refuse plastic, fight for better policy, and keep our oceans clean.
Made possible through the generosity of
the Berkeley Civic Arts Program & Civic Arts Commission, Rich Robbins, EBMUD, and many supportive individuals.
HELP LAUNCH A VIRTUAL GALLERY & TOUR
As other schools clamor for 24/7 access—your tax deductible gift could inspire
communities and youth fighting plastic pollution in their own hometowns.
Help us meet a $5k match, so everyone everywhere can be motivated by every work and statement from all 100 artists.
Héctor Muñoz Guzmán established his artist identity the day he saw his works exhibited here.
He was a high school student of Kimberley D'Adamo Green then —finding solid confirmation in the Art/Act: Youth program in 2017.
DON'T GET DOWN. GET OUTSIDE!
Fighting plastic pollution can often feel heavy. These local groups are ready
to help you tap into the joy of the outdoors—just a park, hike, or surf ride away.