“ARTPORT_making waves” is an international curatorial collective focusing on art projects that explore climate change and sustainability. Established in 2006, “ARTPORT_making waves” organize numerous innovative art and cultural projects that promote tolerance, sustainable development, and the common good. The aim is to raise awareness of socially relevant issues and to stimulate public discussion for positive change.
“ARTPORT_making waves” draws attention to the causes, consequences, and possible solutions of climate change through themed exhibitions, film productions, workshops, conferences and educational programs.
“ARTPORT_making waves” is an unparalleled pioneer in its field, bringing together experts from various sectors, notably the arts, academia, education, and politics, and collaborates with numerous leading international organizations, including the United Nations, governments, schools, universities, museums, and festivals.
“ARTPORT_making waves” was founded by Anne-Marie Melster and Corinne Erni. Originating in New York and Valencia, it has grown into a reputable international art network. “ARTPORT_making waves” is registered as a non-profit association in Germany, France, Spain, and Switzerland; in the USA it is fiscally sponsored by the New York Foundation for the Arts (NYFA).
Our Team advocating for a sustainable future since 2006.
Our Advisory Board
Wise recommendations given by trusted peers secure our mission,
ensure transparency and help achieve the best practice in our not-for-profit environment.
We are proud to have been working since our foundation in 2006 with major governmental institutions, not-for-profit entities, think-tanks, museums, schools, universities, film festivals, collections as well as the civil society to raise awareness, call-to-action and inspire change for a sustainable future.
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ARTPORT_making waves e.V.
Leipziger Strasse 35
60487 Frankfurt (Main)
+49 177 540 3881
Carrera de la Fonteta de Sant Lluís, 32
+34 685 80 34 97
113 rue de la République
+33 7 82 57 38 58
88, Quincy Street, # 3
Brooklyn, NY 11238
+1 646 641 4268