The world’s very first digital art exhibition in space, ZERO GRAVITY: Is This Our Earth?, released on June 29th, 2021, more than 100,000 feet above sea level featuring the artwork of seven international artists with an urgent message to humanity. In line with Arts Help’s mission of using art to make the world a better place, the pieces displayed by the artists each focus on one particular United Nations Sustainable Development Goal.
Stream the ZERO GRAVITY: Is This Our Earth? exhibition below:
Streaming at the edge of the Earth’s atmosphere, it is Arts Help’s hope that these artworks serve as an urgent reminder for everyone to come together and treat our planet with care. The custom-designed art apparatus is equipped with a satellite tracker, modified 4K screen and multiple cameras to capture the event in all its breathtaking glory.
“As an organization, we aim to showcase the global challenges we face with the need for creative ways of addressing them. Our goal with the Zero Gravity exhibit is to connect humanity in a moment of harmony,” said Adiam Gafoo, Chief Operations Officer of Arts Help.
Learn more about the international artists selected to showcase their artwork reflecting a chosen Sustainable Development Goal:
Arts Help Breaking Multiple Global Firsts
This is not Arts Help’s first time achieving a global first. In March 2021, Arts Help broke a Guinness World Record with the most people drawing uploaded to Instagram in an hour. In partnership with The Remington Group, the organization wanted to host the ultimate virtual art therapy session to highlight the importance of unity and mental health resources during these unprecedented times.
As an award-winning digital art publisher known for producing innovative programming for artists with an active community of 4 million members, Arts Help continues to provide opportunities for creatives worldwide to demonstrate their talent and create an impact.
About Arts Help
Arts Help is an award-winning creative network for artists, visual storytellers, and the new cultural economy. As a nonprofit organization, Arts Help partners with artists and institutions to develop impactful programming and publishing opportunities.