350.org is an international movement of ordinary people working to end the age of 
fossil fuels and promote clean, renewable energy for all.  

As a volunteer member of the Arts Leadership team for 350.org (Portland chapter),
I help lead workshops and art-builds alongside some very passionate and talented people.

We make banners, puppets, sculptures, flags, signs, skits, and songs, because art is alot more successful
at educating and convincing people of a message than just telling them the world is fucked. 

T-shirt designs for fundraising, demonstrations, and volunteer gifts.


21 youth (ages 11-23) are collectively suing the U.S. government over their constitutional right to a liveable future in the face of climate change. June 2nd marked a momentious day in Portland, OR with a rally in Director’s Park following a court hearing. 

Myself, along with a team of volunteers, made 11 large-scale presidential puppets for the event. The purpose was to show, through a live performance, how each of these presidents had passed legislation that promoted more fossil fuel infrastructure.

Thousands turned up to watch the live-streamed court hearing, and to welcome all 21 youth defendents to the rally.

Making the presidents:


I helped plan and lead an art build to make materials for RISE UP, a global demonstration demanding climate action from local leaders.

Got to teach attendees how to screenprint! ︎

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