I am very excited to be part of the ground-breaking work Sagehen Creek Field Station is doing to unite the arts and sciences. I feel honored to have artwork exhibited in, Sagehen: A Sierra Proving Ground, curated by William Fox, at the National Academy of Sciences. I just hope people will be able to see the show – thank goodness it’s up until the end of October!
I am excited to see this. Stream yours beginning March 29.
The best part of participating in SCREE was the conversations we had on the river. With such a diverse group of participants and their wide ranging expertise, we really tackled the issues of the Colorado river watershed from all angles. Thanks to the diligence of Tom Minckley, you can find your way to our campfires and listen in to these conversations on The Voices of SCREE podcasts. The voice of yours truly can be found on the episodes recorded on June 30 and July 4. Tune in!
Come and join me for a lunch, lecture and exhibition tour!
Art and Science, historical siblings, have drifted apart over the course of the last two centuries. Only recently have they begun to reunite, as specialists from each discipline have found that together they have a more powerful voice that they do separately. Erika Osborne will be discussing the recent collaboration between art and science as it relates specifically to environmental concerns in this lunchtime lecture.
For more information, and to register, visit the Fort Collins Museum of Art’s website.
I am thrilled to be part of the SCREE expedition and it’s correlating exhibitions. Follow the journey at https://www.powell150.org/ and check out the shows!
With all the latest upcoming projects and exhibitions, including a year long project in Mexico and an exhibition right here in Fort Collins. All at this link!
If you find yourself in Spokane in March, come and see my show at Kolva-Sullivan Gallery!
Lynn Badia and I would like to invite you to the culminating exhibition for our Cultural Extraction: Energy in the Humanities course, taking place in the Robert W. Hoffert Learning Center at the Gregory Allicar Museum of Art. The opening reception for this exhibition will be on Thursday, December 13th from 5-7pm. Feel free to read more about the course here. We hope to see you at the opening!
I am so excited to announce that Arts Programming for the Anthropocene: Art in Community and Environment is available now from Routledge Press! I have worked on this book project for the past few years as a contributing author and as the books illustrator. The book charts the paths of five field-based arts programs in the U.S., Europe and Australia, making a case for a shift in current arts education pedagogy to a more community-based and environmentally-focused model.