“Ghosts of the Gulf” by Brandon Ballengée

Currently on view at the Beacon Institute for Rivers and Estuaries is an exhibition by artist/biologist Brandon Ballengée, co-organized by Amy Lipton of ecoartspace. The exhibition titled Ghosts of the Gulf includes several stark and brilliantly colorful images of marine species collected in the Gulf of Mexico directly following the deadly 2010 Deep Water Horizons (DWH) oil spill disaster. Ballengée’s artistic… Continue reading “Ghosts of the Gulf” by Brandon Ballengée


reposted from http://ecoartspace.blogspot.ro The recently completed S.O.S. ACTION Guide is ready for download HERE! This is the second in a series of ten Learning Guides produced by ecoartspace including replicable social practice public art works. Since 2009, Tattfoo Tan has developed S.O.S. to include participation in certification programs for composting, pruning, and community engagement, then… Continue reading S.O.S. ACTION Guide

FOODshed: Art and Agriculture in Action

An exhibition of upstate/downstate NY artists who work with food and agriculture – Curated by Amy Lipton (ecoartspace) Smack Mellon – 92 Plymouth Street at Washington – Brooklyn, NY 11201 June 7 to July 27, 2014 Opening reception: Saturday, June 7, 5pm-8pm Artists: Joan Bankemper/Black Meadow Barn;  Joy Garnett; Habitat For Artists Collective (Simon Draper, Michael Asbill, Carmen Acuna,… Continue reading FOODshed: Art and Agriculture in Action