The Israeli Forum For Ecological Art is an active (non-profit) body, which voices its views regarding environmental issues and acts toward promoting individual and group projects of artists and scientists while drawing the attention to any issue pertaining to ecology and the environment. Eco-design which is still a trend in 2009 includes both art and consumer products.
The forum will be celebrating its 10th anniversary on July 23, 2009 in Tel-Aviv. The event will include lectures, workshops, Arts & Crafts fair for artists and companies showing their Eco-friendly products.
Previous projects promoted by this forum are the Concrete creek [Stream reclamation as an artwork], Forest tunes [An international traveling exhibition and a book daylighting the processes set in motion by human beings every day, for the most part hidden, related to the most burning ecological issues in the world, such as the loss of biodiversity, the deforestation, and global warming] and other bonding with nature gatherings if you’re not the type to plan a trip to the Tel-Aviv’s garbage mountain…
The forum offers an Eco-art year course, photography workshops and collaborative projects promoting social change through art.