WEAD focuses on women’s unique perspective in ecological and social justice art.
PLEIN AIR, 2019, North Carolina, Reiko Goto Collins
Art + Education No. 12
Demo Eco MO: Demonstrating Ecological Modes of Operation with Linda Weintraub
October 29, 2023 4-5pm PST
This presentation will demonstrate ecology modes of operation (DEMO ECO M.O.) as Linda has applied them to the diverse components of her art practice
OPENS OCTOBER 15
WEAD MEMBER EXHIBITION
KINSHIP WITH BIRDS IN FLIGHT AND PLIGHT
“Professor Macaw is not a Birdbrain” by Michelle Waters
“Kinship With Birds in Flight and Plight”
At a time when birds around the world are facing challenges,
WEAD invites artists to come forth with work that celebrates conservation successes or signals the need for urgent interventions.
96 pieces were submitted and 31 selected, including works by
Jane Allen, Mary Apikos, Dianne Ayres, Hilary Baker, Christina Bertea, Katherine Boland, Victoria Chaban, Lauren Elder, Marguerite Elliot, Sara Gevurtz, Kate Gorringe-Smith, Sarah Haviland, Betsy Jaeger, Cynthia Jensen, Elizabeth Kenneday, Deborah Kruger, Danielle Kunkel, Therese Lahaie, Olivia Losee-Unger, Cynthia MacCollum, Linda MacDonald, t.c. moore, Vida Pavesich, Annie Rapstoff, Lorna Stevens, Andree Thompson, Sheila Metcalf Tobin, Michelle Waters, Carolyn Wirth (FeministFuturist), Nanette Wylde
October 15, 2023 - Show opens
January 31, 2024 - Show closes
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Listening to the Waters
An in-person workshop with Betsy Damon
October 13-15, 2023
Join us for an in person workshop with Betsy Damon near the Yuba River in the Sierra Foothills of California. Camping site and lodging are available. 30 person limit. Scholarships available with priority given to water activists under 40 and people of low income.