Two pieces from my 2014 Minnesota State Arts Board artist's grant will be a part of the SAMEE exhibition which highlights art devoted to the intersection of the arts and sciences. "GREY CLOUD DUNES" highlights the bee and insect research of Scott Haire, of the University of Minnesota Chironomidae Research Group.
ART EXHIBIT - SUSTAINABLE ACTS: MOTHER EARTH’S EMBRACE
SUSTAINABLE ACTS: MOTHER EARTH’S EMBRACE
DATES: OCTOBER 22, 2015 - JANUARY 2016
University of Minnesota’s INSTITUTE ON THE ENVIRONMENT (IonE)
1954 Buford Ave., St. Paul, MN [Directions]
University of Minnesota’s ARCHITIECTURE AND LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE LIBRARY
89 Church Street SE, Minneapolis, MN [Directions]
940 Nicollet Mall, Minneapolis, MN [Directions]
EXHIBITION OVERVIEW: SUSTAINABLE ACTS: MOTHER EARTH’S EMBRACE
The Institute on the Environment presents SUSTAINABLE ACTS: MOTHER EARTH’S EMBRACE, an exhibition devoted to the intersection of the arts and sciences. Awarded an Institute on the Environment mini-grant, and supported by additional contributions, this project continues to explore the conversation between artist and scientist which began 3yrs ago with the project CONVERSATION-E a dialogue in service for sustainability.
The SAMEE exhibition will feature works consisting of drawings, paintings, photographs, installations, sculpture, performances, and multi-media works, films and videos. Art and artists selected for the exhibition range from internationally recognized to talented students in Tory Peterson’s art-science/art-ecology workshop at the Perpich Center for the Arts. Among the 30 selected artists are: James Brenner, Liz Dodson, Sean Connaughty, Ann Ginsburgh Hofkin, Dr. Joel Carter, Moira Bateman, and Tanya Gravening.