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About the

i3C Artists


To inspire awareness for the human-made climate crisis & to inspire change/action towards the resolution of the environmental and climate crisis. We do this through iterations of group exhibits and meaningful community outreach programming.


Each proposed exhibit by the i3C artists group is a new iteration in a series of exhibits that originated as a group show of five artists at the Multicultural Arts Center (Cambridge, MA) in Nov-Dec 2020. 

That exhibit later expanded to a group show of ten artists, curated by artist and scientist Adriana G. Prat, at honey jones studio Gallery (Cambridge, MA) in Nov 2021.

Curator Adriana G. Prat started the i3C artists group, identifying and adding new artists, to continue with the goal of inspiring change and action for the environmental and climate crisis. The i3C artists group has currently over 20 multidisciplinary artists (and counting...) from New England, New York, Pennsylvania, and Canada. The i3C artists' diverse backgrounds and art practices contribute to their shared commitment to the topic of the environmental crisis.

The group's exhibits are conceived as an evolving and ongoing project, with iterations in different venues to continue with the i3C artists group's mission.

The curator’s expectation is that more artists will be invited to join the roster over time, with a special interest in artists engaged in sustainable art practices. The group is currently at capacity until further notice in 2023.


Looking forward...

After the exciting 2022 exhibits at the Unbound Visual Arts (UVA)'s Arthaus Gallery (Allston, MA), honeyjones studio Gallery (Cambridge, MA) and Belmont Gallery of Art (Belmont, MA), we are currently showing our first 2023 exhibit at Brickbottom Gallery (Somerville, MA).

We are currently planning an upcoming exhibit with the Cambridge Arts Association (CAA) to kick-off their new gallery space at 650 E Kendall St (Cambridge, MA) from CAA's partnership with BioMed Realty. Later this year we have planned exhibits at the Piano Craft Gallery (Boston, MA), the Multicultural Arts Center (Cambridge, MA) and the Hopkinton Center for the Arts (Hopkinton, MA). 

Stay tuned for more updates about future exhibits and events from our group in this website and through our newsletter (sign in for our mailing list at the bottom of this page).

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