We're thrilled to announce a new partnership with Meural, making CAN art available on their gorgeous digital wall canvas. Meural combines the best of art, technology, and and design, to create a beautiful wall canvas that gives you access to 20,000+ works of art - now including 120 images from the CAN collection!
"We continually search for content that's both relevant to what's going on in the world today, and meaningful beyond the confines of our frame. It's inspiring to see this community of artists all standing behind a campaign, using their talent and creativity to heighten awareness of current issues and movements around the world. We hope, by featuring these artists' work on the Meural platform, to help spread the message of CAN and their campaign to an even broader audience," said Simonne Hurse, Meural's Head of Business Development.
Meural will be featuring 10 images from a different CAN campaign each month for the next year, starting with our See America collection in August to celebrate the 100th birthday of our National Parks, and support the National Parks Conservation Association.
If you've ever wanted CAN art on your walls, but couldn't pick the right poster, get access to hundreds by ordering your own Meural now.
Our Green New Deal campaign premiered on March 14, 2019 in Washington D.C., at Bold V. Old, a daylong convening where speakers including Stacey Abrams, Cory Booker and Kamala Harris discussed bold ideas for our biggest problems, including the Green New Deal. On March 16 In Oakland, CA, Creative Action Network joined artists and activists at the Green New Deal Create-A-Thon, where youth artists from the Sunrise Movement and others worked on new designs for the collection. Youth activist Rio says that after seeing videos of Greta Thunberg leading student climate strikes in Europe, “me and my sister were empowered to make some sort of difference.” Rio and his sister Maddy recently rose to internet stardom when their student group confronted Senator Feinstein about the Green New Deal a few weeks ago. Maddy says she is now “trying to make my voice be more heard, go to marches, and more creative stuff, definitely!”