Dirt? – Call for Entries

Scientists, Book Artists, and Poets Reflect on Soil and Our Environment Exhibition dates:    August 6, 2015 to December 30, 2015 Exhibition venue:  Collins Memorial Library, University of Puget Sound, Tacoma, Washington, USA 98416 Entry Deadline: April 29, 2015 THEME – 2015 is the United Nations International Year of the Soil.  Poets and book artists can… Continue reading Dirt? – Call for Entries

Brandon Ballengée – Events in Germany

Courtesy the artist and Ronald Feldman Fine Arts, New York, NY.

Brandon Ballengée will be exhibiting and talking in Germany from late May 2014 onwards.  He will be in Berlin and in Lüneburg: In Berlin Exhibition at  Art Laboratory Berlin: [macro]biologies II: organisms  (Suzanne Anker, Brandon Ballengée, Maja Smrekar) // 31 May- 20 July, 2014 Vernissage: 30 May, 2014, 20:00 Artist and curators talk: 1 June 2014, 15:00 More information here In… Continue reading Brandon Ballengée – Events in Germany

Mel Chin at New Orleans Museum of Art

Mel Chin: Rematch February 21–May 25, 2014 The most expansive presentation of conceptual artist Mel Chin’s work to date, Mel Chin: Rematch, organized by the New Orleans Museum of Art, features the artist’s sculptures, video, drawings, paintings, land, and performance art, as well as rarely seen materials from the last four decades. The exhibition explores… Continue reading Mel Chin at New Orleans Museum of Art

The Law of Seeds – Art by Beth Grossman

6:00pm – 8:00pm at Brisbane City Hall 50 Park Place, Brisbane, CA 94005 BRISBANE, CALIFORNIA ADOPTS A BILL OF RIGHTS FOR SEEDS AND DEBUTS ART EXHIBIT, THE LAW OF SEEDS, TO COMMEMORATE. Activist artist Beth Grossman is calling attention to the genetically engineered seeds that are having a huge impact on food sources worldwide. Brisbane, California has decided to act locally… Continue reading The Law of Seeds – Art by Beth Grossman

USA: Art exhibition about climate change, coal and superfunds

In the new exhibition ‘Altered State’, which runs at the Holter Museum in Helena, Montana, until 13 April 2014, the popular American painter Monte Dolack takes a look at controversial topics such as climate change, coal, superfund sites, and the effects of extractive companies moving into Montana’s wild spaces. Reposted from Culture|Futures. Monte Dolack is… Continue reading USA: Art exhibition about climate change, coal and superfunds

The Green Boat

June 2013 The Green Boat : Reviving Ourselves in Our Capsized Culture,  Mary Pipher Mary Pipher, clinical psychologist, is exploring how to conquer our fears about the major environmental issues that confound us and transform them into a positive force in our lives. She emphasizes the importance of taking small, positive steps to preserve what’s important, drawing from… Continue reading The Green Boat

100 Thousand Poets for Change

September 28th 2013 Poets around the USA, and across the planet, gathered in a celebration of poetry to promote serious social, environmental, and political change : ” The first change is for poets, writers, musicians, artists, anybody, to actually get together to create and perform, educate and demonstrate, simultaneously, with other communities around the world.” The… Continue reading 100 Thousand Poets for Change

Sustainability in Theater Unconference

 July 1st, 2013 : Registration now open August 19-20, 2013 at Southern Theater, Minneapolis, MN. The first U.S. national Sustainability in Theater conference was presented by the Minnesota Theater Alliance and the Twin Cities Sustainable Theaters Group at Brave New Workshop in Minneapolis, April 30 and May 1, 2012. Compared to 2012’s gathering, the 2013 event… Continue reading Sustainability in Theater Unconference

“The Artist Who Talks With the Fishes” NYtimes

June 28th 2013 Natalie Jeremijenko is an artist and engineer, whose background includes studies in biochemistry, physics, neuroscience and precision engineering. She is currently an Associate Professor at New York University in the Visual Art Department in Computer Science and Environmental Studies and an active member of the net.art movement . Her work explores the interface between… Continue reading “The Artist Who Talks With the Fishes” NYtimes

Making Sense : Fifth Annual Colloquium

July 12, 2013, ‘The Six Senses of Art’, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York “Making Sense” is a collective of artists and thinkers who assemble to create a vital, international forum that crosses between modes of thinking and doing. The project engages both the senses and the intellect and embraces a range of different perspectives and… Continue reading Making Sense : Fifth Annual Colloquium