Thought-provoking images and ideas by rangatahi are uplifted by scientists, educators and artists in this collaboration addressing climate change through the camera lens of our youth.

By sharing knowledge and mahi, we can cut global emissions down to zero by 2050 – and imagine a brighter future for our world and our tamariki.

The Festival in partnership with Track Zero – Arts Inspiring Climate Action has invited young people across Tāmaki Makaurau to share their views on climate change through a group photography exhibition.

Participants have been gifted digital cameras to spark their creative vision, alongside the opportunity to workshop environmental issues with leading climate scientist Professor Tim Naish; dive into mātauranga Māori with artist/educator Dr Natalie Robertson; and receive mentorship from professional photographers Raymond Sagapolutele and Cherrilee Fuller. An exhibition of their art and a call to action towards a resilient, carbon neutral future will round out this memorable experience.

$2 per hour to a max of $12 on weekends and a $12 flat rate for weekday evenings at The Civic car park. Find out more

Last updated: 17 November 2022