Millennium ART's ground-breaking exhibitions and dynamic visitor experiences are designed to empower and engage diverse audiences in generating action on socially relevant themes. Our team has exceptional regard and passion for delivering high impact, interactive art exhibitions and communications platforms that serve as catalysts for positive global change.
UNESCO, Hall Segur, Paris, France
General Conference - COP21
Mosaic of Change (MOC) is a universal storytelling platform presenting a visual language through immersive design experiences that spur intercultural dialogue and understanding to inspire peace and foster change. The MOC interactive exhibition was developed in partnership with UNESCO, designed in collaboration with Obscura, and made possible with the support of the Li Ka Shing Foundation.
UNESCO Headquarters, Paris, France 70th Anniversary Celebration November 16 - 18, 2015 HIGHLIGHTS VIDEO
Ms. Irnia Bokova, Director-General of UNESCO and Ms. Solina Chau, Executive Director of the Li Ka Shing Foundation officially launched the Mosaic of Change platform on the eve of UNESCO's 70th Anniversary. The exterior facades of UNESCO's iconic headquarters were illuminated with a global message of Peace in six languages, and highlighted the pillars of Education, Science, and Culture.
The team behind RACING EXTINCTION created a monumental environmental art projection event illuminating the Empire State Building with towering images of endangered species. The live event was designed to draw international attention to the plight of the species racing against the 6th mass extinction, and was documented as part of the film.
United Nations Headquarters
New York, NY
2014 - 2015
A 30-story high Call to Action for citizens of the world to demand climate action from their leaders to protect the planet's ecosystems and the ocean's biodiversity from the impact of CO2 emissions. Presented by UNDPI in collaboration with the Oceanic Preservation Society, and Obscura, for the UN Climate Summit.
Exhibition Design & Visitor Experience Pier 26, New York 2013
A multi-sensory exploration of the sights and sounds of species, from micro to macro, that enlightens visitors with the vitality of the oceans as the source of life on Earth and inspires them to take action on stopping ocean acidification.
Photographs by Daniel Beltrà Seattle Aquarium Aquarium of the Pacific, Long Beach 2012
By revealing beauty in tragedy, this exhibition brings into focus how global lessons such as the Gulf Spill can inspire local action to reduce our culture's dependence on oil.
Communications Strategy Rio de Janeiro 2012
An emergency action campaign to save the world's threatened forests, launching with a multimedia event at the Arcos da Lapa landmark during RIO+20 - the UN Conference on Sustainable Development.
Kenji Williams Program Development 2011
A live multimedia performance taking audiences on a journey around planet Earth by simulating space flight and incorporating live music, performance art, and NASA data visualizations.
Ocean Recovery Alliance User Interface Design 2011
An innovative, user driven, online tool to foster knowledge of troubled river systems, stimulating the potential for cleanup and increased awareness of the pivotal link between rivers and oceans.
Multimedia Installation Design United Nations Headquarters, New York 2010
A stimulating data visualization installation making the world visible at a glance while addressing some of the most pressing social, environmental and economical issues of our time.
UN Climate Change Conference, COP 15 Tycho Brahe Planetarium, Copenhagen, Denmark 2009
Art, science, and technology intersect to generate awareness of what the scale of one metric tonne of carbon dioxide looks like, and to explore solutions for lessening our carbon footprint.
UN World Environment Day Te Papa Tongarewa Museum, Wellington, New Zealand 2008
What does it mean to live in balance, individually and collectively with nature in order to reduce the levels of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere?
UN Department of Public Information United Nations Headquarters, New York 2008
Artists representing six global regions presented their art to generate dialogue as an alternative approach to strengthen community engagement in conservation and preservation.
UNEP Initiative Launch United Nations Headquarters, New York 2008
A selection of significant paintings from UNEP's International Children's Painting Competition representing a powerful plea from children around the world for leadership on climate change.
UN World Environment Day Nobel Peace Center, Oslow, Norway BOZAR, Brussels, Belgium Ministry of Culture, Monaco The Field Museum, Chicago, IL 2007
International artists representing 25 countries address climate change from a global perspective.
Rotunda Gallery, City Hall San Francisco, CA Burning Man, Black Rock City, NV 2007
The City of San Francisco requested an exhibition to help connect local citizens with the impact of their daily choices on the local and global environment.
Art for the Environment Launch UN Environment Programme Headquarters Nairobi, Kenya 2006
The launch of an international art initiative focused on using the universal language of art to educate and activate the public in embracing environmental sustainability.
UN World Environment Day Main Square, Algiers, Algeria 2006
Drylands cover more than 40 percent of the planet's land area and is home to 1/3 of the world's people.
UN World Environment Day Festival Pavilion, Fort Mason, San Francisco, CA 2005
A first-of-its-kind environmental art exhibition for UN World Environment Day that brought together 60 artists to explore the theme of Green Cities.
Herbst International Exhibition Hall Presidio, San Francisco, California 2004
Earth. Air. Fire. Water. Space.
Renewing the eternal connections between humanity and the environment.
Published by Earth Aware Editions Palace Press, NWM
Showcases works of art from 80 international artists with essays by each artist about nature as their source of inspiration.