Thursday, April 1, 2010
This presentation reveals how art can engage the public in environmental issues. It explores how, through grassroots activities, communities, and awareness, issues threatening the natural environment and ecosystems have begun to influence perceptions of global warming and sustainability and contemporary activist projects and practices.
Sarah Kennedy (MA, Visual Arts Administration, New York University) is a twelve-month Kress Fellow in the Department of Education at MoMA.
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