WEAD focuses on women’s unique perspective in ecological and social justice art.
PLEIN AIR, 2019, North Carolina, Reiko Goto Collins
Art + Activism No. 13
Kim Abeles - Art as a Tool
February 26, 5-6PM
Abeles will talk about her survey exhibition at CSU Sacramento, “Kim Abeles: Smog Collectors, 1987-2020”. NEA-funded projects involved a residency at the Institute of Forest Genetics; and Valises for Camp Ground in collaboration with Camp 13, a group of female prison inmates who fight wildfires. Permanent outdoor works include sculptural Citizen Seeds along the Park to Playa Trail in Los Angeles, and Walk a Mile in My Shoes, based on the shoes of the Civil Rights marchers and local activists.