Art, Natural Science and History Meet to Transform Knowledge into Action

In 1861 artist Frederic Church traveled to the Arctic to create art of the icy world and the above image is what he saw.

Ever want to touch an iceberg? Ice Watch harvested free-floating icebergs from Greenland bringing them to the streets of London where people could see, feel and experience these giants melting.

Art reveals visuals of environmental history and heightens the understanding of our climate crisis. Spanning 200 years Vanishing Ice presents “the importance of alpine and polar landscapes in Western art, it seeks to inspire a personal connection to these regions along with an active commitment to their preservation.”