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  • A verdant green forest with many delicate ferns and long leaved plants.
    COAL Prize 2023 – Plant! (France)
    With the COAL Prize 2023 - Plant!, COAL invites artists from all over the world to sow the seeds of creation and action, and to germinate new research and experimentation, so that an inventive and resilient plant-based way of thinking can flourish in the world to come. There are a number of prizes granting residencies with partner institutions in France.
    Posted 6 January 2023
  • Fish of various shapes and colours are hung from their tails, looking like a child's mobile.
    Coal Prize 2022, ‘On the Oceans’ (France)
    While the United Nations proclaimed the Decade of Ocean Sciences for Sustainable Development 2021-2030, the COAL Prize 2022 invites artists from around the world to explore these submerged universes to make them accessible to as many people as possible. The winner of the Prize will be awarded a grant and benefit from an (optional) residence run by the Museum of Hunting and Nature at the Belval Domaine in France.
    Posted 20 January 2022
  • Logo for COAL - name written out in simple caps.
    COAL Prize 2021 – ‘Forest’ (France)
    After a 2020 edition under the theme of Biodiversity, the COAL Prize dedicates its 2021 edition to the crucial issue of forests as the centre of the climate crisis and ecological transition. In addition to a grant the winner of the Prize will receive an artist residency at the Museum of Hunting and Nature at the Belval Domaine, property of the François Sommer Foundation, in France.
    Posted 3 December 2020
  • Cover for Art for the Planet's Sake. Photo shows the top of a statue with a rough sea in the background; titled 'The Drowned Mermaid'.
    Art for the Planet's Sake
    IETM, international network for the performing arts, shares its new publication Art for the Planet’s Sake that looks at how contemporary arts tackle environmental issues in terms of artistic contents, managerial practices and venues management. A publication in partnership with COAL, Coalition for Arts and Sustainable Development, Paris.
    Posted 16 January 2016