As we move forward into 2021, the climate crisis becomes ever more urgent. Artists are by nature consumers of raw materials and makers of objects. There is a certain irony in making things to talk about overproduction, or in a painting about climate change when the paint is made of plastic.
We invited artists to respond to the following questions.
How can we deliver a message about climate change and be more thoughtful about the materials we use?
How can we be more responsible as individuals and as a society?
How can we as a society, and as artists, improve our environmental impact?
How do you envision our future environmental footprint?
ReImagining Our Footprint will run through February 28, 2021.
Tuesday Wednesday Thursday 10–3
Friday Saturday Sunday 10–5
Appointments are an option for virtual and actual visits outside the normal open hours.
Participating Artists : Alison Moncrieff | Andrée Singer Thompson | Artists Beyond Boundaries | Celena Peet | Donna Mekeda Bradley | Durba Sen | Elizabeth Addison | Gina Papen | Hannah Skoonberg | Juliet Mevi | Lancelot Fraser | Laura Abrams | Namita Paul | Nicole Rose Gelormino | Pamela Blotner | Priscilla Birge | Rena Charles | Stephanie Siehr | Trudi Boskin | Vicki Gunter | Yessenia Rivera
We are still building this page, all the artworks will be online soon.