What is Sky Day?
Sky Day is a global celebration of our magnificent sky designed to bring us all together to reflect on how beautiful our sky is. And not just beautiful to look at but beautiful in the way it supports all life and protects us from the harshness of space. How it isn’t something juts way up there above us, but all around us. in our schools and offices. Within us and without us. It is the air we breathe and the water we drink. But maybe the most amazing thing about our sky is the way it wraps completely around our planet, connecting us all as one global family living and breathing under one share sky. Doesn’t it only stand to reason we should take great care of it for each other?
But we can’t have Sky day without you! So how will you celebrate? Photograph it for SkyDayProject? Organize a sustainability fair in your community? Or simply look up and reflect on how important our sky and climate are to us all? Whatever you decide to do for Sky Day let us know so we can celebrate you and your community on our events page and in our social media! We can't wait to hear from you!
When is SkyDay?
Sky Day 2019 is officially September 20! That’s when most people will take part. But let’s face it, any day is a Sky Day! So feel free to have your own Sky Day celebration at a time that’s best for you and your community!
Great ways to celebrate Sky Day:
Take part in SkyDayProject!
SkyDayProject is a citizen artwork in which people all over the world come together to that show they care care about our magnificent sky and want to come together across cultures and borders to protect it for the benefit of all. So Join in!. SkyDayProject is exhibited at art museums, schools, planetariums and botanical gardens all over the world. We’ve even installed SkyDayProject on the International Space Station!
Write a Sky-ku!
Sky-ku are inspired by haiku and are a beautiful way to express your thoughts and feelings about our amazing shared sky. Do you Sky-ku? Find out! Learn more
Have your say! The world needs to hear from you.
All around the world people are expressing their thoughts and feelings about our one, shared sky. Learn more.
Calling all performance artists! Use your creativity to let the world know what climate and sky means to you. Write a Sky Play? Sing? Make a video? Share it with the world!