The Cloud Appreciation Society

We love clouds. Read our manifesto and see how we are fighting the banality of ‘blue-sky thinking’. If you agree with what we stand for, then join the society to get your very own membership certificate and badge and start receiving our ‘Cloud a Day’ service.

Claude Debussy – Nuages (Nocturne)

According to the French composer, Claude Debussy, “‘Nuages’ renders the immutable aspect of the sky and the slow, solemn motion of the clouds, fading away in grey tones lightly tinged with white.” Suggested by Erin Weaver (Member 37,688)...

Stormy Day Over LA

Chris Lauer occasionally shoots time-lapses of Los Angeles from his office while he works. Here is one of them - we'll be posting more of them in the future. ...

CAS on the Colin McEnroe Show

Last week, we took part in a cloud-themed episode of the Colin McEnroe radio show on WNPR in Connecticut, US...

Asperitas over Wimborne Minster, Dorset, England, © Roy Farmer (Membership No 9802)

Asperitas clouds visit Dorset, UK

Saturday 9 July 2016 saw a great display over Dorset, England, of the new classification of cloud, known as ‘asperitas’...

Naming of Clouds

The Naming Of Clouds – Kings College London

This summer Kings College London will be hosting a series of connected performances exploring clouds and Utopian daydreams entitled The Naming Of Clouds. Clouds workers will be mysteriously creating and undoing patterns on the riverside terrace during the day for visitors to interact with. The...