Climate Reports

  • Fracking Away Our Air, Water and Land

    January 21, 2014 - 

    Artist Ruth Hardinger and Damascus Citizens for Sustainability director Barbara Arrindell argue that natural gas is not a “bridge fuel” to less hazardous energy sources, but a grave danger to communal resources and the global climate.  More
  • Projections Of Our Own Future: Indonesia’s Memorials To Tsunami Victims

    December 26, 2013 - 

    On the anniversary of the 2004 Indian Ocean tsunami, photographer Ivan Sigal sees prophesies of our future in memorials erected at the disaster’s epicenter, Aceh, Indonesia.  More
  • Rewinding the Clock on Climate Change Through Culture

    December 2, 2013 - 

    Artist Maya Lin and Natural Resources Defense Council President Frances Beinecke discuss how culture can help visualize the impact of climate change for a Marfa Dialogues/NY panel moderated by Creative Time President and Artistic Director Anne Pasternak.  More
  • Right Where She Needs to Be: How Hurricane Sandy Changed Lives

    October 29, 2013 - 

    A year ago, Hurricane Sandy battered the northeastern seaboard, devastating vulnerable communities in New York and New Jersey. Still, for some the storm was a step toward being exactly where they wanted to be: immersed in their surroundings as organizers and active neighbors.  More
  • Juliana Beasley Rockaway

    Last Stop. Rockaway Park.

    October 18, 2013 - 

    Last fall, Rockaway Park made headlines as it was devastated by Hurricane Sandy, in a rare media moment for a remote, working-class neighborhood in Queens. For a decade prior, photographer Juliana Beasley regularly visited the community, documenting its residents in unforgettable images.  More
  • PR

    Editor’s Letter

    Five years after Creative Time Reports’ inception, the project is coming to a close. Editor Marisa Mazria Katz reflects on some of the most moving pieces that solidified CTR as a unique platform that elevates artists’ voices.


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