What is it?


Over the next 5 years, EcoArt will be commissioning new works that offer creative ways of rethinking the current praxis of constant economic growth and the pursuit of ‘more’. EcoArt wishes to creatively explore ways of reconnecting with the more than human world, opening up opportunities for human and planet flourishing based on systems driven by values other than profit.


In 2021, EcoArt developed work with Ted Leeming to creatively respond to the COP21 summit in Glasgow. Ted developed the 'COP Most Wanted' Playing Cards which were displayed at impromptu exhibitions in unlikely places. 


We supported Kerry Jones and her Moving Images project. ​Kerry converted a 1980's Swift Pirouette caravan into an 8 seater travelling cinema screening cutting edge, non-mainstream films to rural and urban communities, schools, youth groups and festivals.


We commissioned artistic work withThe Sanctuary Lab for The Dark Skies Festival 2021

The next open call for commissions will be in 2023.

If Trees Were Lone Women What Would They Sound Like: Clare Archibald Commissioned by EcoArt for Sanctuary Lab 2021

How can it help the environment?


Art has a unique ability to engage the public and to inspire or provoke change. It stimulates, feelings, thoughts and action. 

Strange Loop by Jamie Wardrop & Sita Pieraccini . Commissioned by EcoArt for Sanctuary Lab 2021

Why should I join in?


EcoArt commissions aim to:


  • Give creative freedom, allowing artists to evolve their creative abilities
  • Provide a creative space for showing and sharing artistic work
  • Show that you can make a positive difference to climate change

When and where is it?


Annually, open to artists based in Scotland.  If you think you have a great idea please get in touch.