We connect the UN Global Goals

with art

Art for Action

Inspiring action for the Sustainable Development Goals

Art for a Healthy Planet 2024

Sharing great art to inspire action for climate, our environment, and biodiversity

The Hope Forum 2024

Accelerating system-wide concrete action for sustainability

Super Reef

Restoring 55 km² of lost reefs in the Danish ocean

Circular Museum by MoMA and ART 2030

A virtual panel discussion series

Art Charter for Climate Action

Uniting the visual arts sector in climate action

Art for a Healthy Planet 2023

Sharing great art to inspire action for climate, our environment, and biodiversity

Getting Climate Control Under Control

Committing to real climate action

The Hope Forum

ART 2030 for the UNITED NATIONS Agenda for Sustainable Development & UNESCO ResiliArt

Art for Hope

Art responds to the climate catastrophe

Partnerships as a Catalyst for Change

Hignline New York City

Art for a Healthy Planet 2022

Sharing great art to inspire action for climate, our environment, and biodiversity

Interspecies Assembly

SUPERFLEX

ART 2030 Presents

Conversations on Art and Sustainability

Danh Vo Presents: A Haven for Diverse Ecologies

Danh Vo

Art for a Healthy Planet 2021

Sharing great art to inspire action for climate, our environment, and biodiversity

UN high-level event on Culture & Sustainable Development

Art Sector Luminaries Address the United Nations

Art for a Healthy Planet 2020

Sharing great art to inspire action for climate, our environment, and biodiversity

GOALS

Christian Falsnaes

Breathe with Me

Jeppe Hein

Vertical Migration

Part of Interspecies Assembly by SUPERFLEX: About the Artwork

Interspecies Assembly

Part of Interspecies Assembly by SUPERFLEX: About the Artwork

ART 2030 New York

For Art and the Global Goals

Tow with The Flow

Lilibeth Cuenca Rasmussen

Planet Art

Amapá

YES

Yoko Ono

Soleil Levant

Ai Weiwei

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ART-2030

CONNECTING ART AND THE UN GLOBAL GOALS

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Mission

ART 2030 works with art as the key to achieve the UN Global Goals by opening people's hearts, minds and imagination - to inspire action for a healthy and sustainable future.


Working with world renowned artists and partners, we facilitate exciting art projects connected to the UN Global Goals - including public events, art experiences, multi-platform communication, and educational activities - for all to engage with the plan for people, planet and prosperity.


ART 2030 is a non-profit organization uniting art with the United Nations 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development and its 17 Global Goals.

Donations and Support

ART 2030 was founded by Luise Faurschou, with support from founding partners Torben Wind and John Blem, and with a generous first donation from the Hempel Foundation.


In addition ART 2030 is very grateful for all donations, pro bono services and support by others to our mission.


Donating to ART 2030
US-based Donors: ART 2030 is a registered nonprofit and U.S.-based donors can support ART 2030 in a tax-efficient way through a contribution to the Friends of ART 2030 Fund (501c3 / 509a1). To donate please click here.


DK-based Donors: Danish Citizens and Residents can support ART 2030 by becoming a member for one year with just 200dkk. Register and pay directly with Mobile Pay, or email membership@art2030.org.


International Donors: Donations can be made via Bank Transfers at Nordea Bank Danmark A/S, IBAN: DK3120004392176808, SWIFT Code: NDEADKKK

Team

Luise Faurschou

Founder & CEO

Karen Danielsen

COO

Anna Ling Edwards

Head of Programming

Gala Castells

Project Manager & Head of VIP Relations

Christoffer Winther Bjerregaard

Head of Communications

Mette Ginnerup

Board

Birgitte Hagemann Snabe

Chairperson

Peter Kürstein

Torben Wind

Luise Faurschou

Jens Nielsen

Line Aarsland

Mette Marcus

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Environmental Responsibility Statement

The world is facing a series of interlinked environmental crises, and the window for action is rapidly closing. We are already seeing the impacts of existing warming with devastating droughts, storms and floods across the world. Related crises include collapsing biodiversity, dangerous levels of air pollution, and plastic contamination in our rivers and oceans. Without urgent action from across society, these problems will rapidly escalate.


The art world has an important role to play. We need to act urgently to reduce these impacts in line with what science is telling us. As arts organizations, we also have an opportunity to use our public platform and cultural influence to set a positive example, encouraging and supporting others to take action and helping shift the public debate.


Believing in art's power to change mindsets and inspire change, we are actively working to advocate for climate action through our projects and support efforts to achieve of the United Nations’ 2030 Agenda and its 17 Global Goals for Sustainable Development and implement climate solutions leading to net-zero Greenhouse Gas emissions no later than 2050 across the entire visual arts industry. We are also pledging to at least halve our own carbon emissions by 2030, from a 2019 baseline.


Art changes people, and people change the world.

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