THE AUDUBON MURAL PROJECT

Since 2020 – In France and in Europe
Initiated in Harlem, in the United States, the art project in the public space Audubon Mural Project consists in painting, on the walls of cities, murals representing birds threatened by climate change. It is inspired by the most remarkable illustrations of birds, those made by the French-American naturalist Jean-Jacques Audubon in the 19th century.
COAL is carrying out this project in France, initiated by the National Audubon Society and the Gitler &__ Gallery, in partnership with the LPO (League for protection of birds) and Art Climate Transition – the European cooperation network Art Climate Transition, of which COAL is a member, which has also launched a campaign “Your birds, Our birds” in order to disseminate the Audubon Walls throughout Europe.
Discover the whole project on murs-audubon.org
#audubonmuralproject

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Articles
THE CURLEW BY PHILIPPE BAUDELOCQUE
SPECIAL SCREENING OF “BIRDS OF AMERICA” AT UGC LES HALLES
AUDUBON WALLS IN EUROPE
THE RED PARTRIDGE BY ADÈLE RENAULT
THE WALLS OF AUDUBON AT THE ANGLET BIENNIAL
FIKOS IN MARSEILLE FOR THE WORLD NATURE CONGRESS
A FRESCO BY TELMO MIEL IN BOULOGNE-SUR-MER
THE WALLS OF AUDUBON

  • About us
    About us

    COAL mobilizes artists and cultural actors on societal and environmental issues and accompanies the emergence of a new culture of ecology through its actions such as the COAL Prize, curating exhibitions, advising institutions and communities, European cooperation, and the animation of conferences, workshops and the first dedicated website Ressource0.com



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