Wales’ international visual arts prize challenges audiences to address climate change

Arts Council of wales,
28 April 2008, Wales

This week, the eyes of the international visual arts world are on Cardiff following the announcement of the winner of the third Artes Mundi international visual arts prize, which this year addressed human condition and climate change.

The work of nine emerging artists from around the globe will be exhibited at the National Museum of Wales until the 8th of June as part of the Artes Mundi exhibition that addresses human condition and climate change. The artist have also participated the Artes Mundi conference which has brought scientists and artists together in search of creative solutions to climate change.