Painting by Ashley Eliza Williams - An enormous pink rock with orange lichen on it floats through dense fog over a barren, grey land with tiny, bare tree trunks and small pools of light grey water.
Lecture/Talk/Panel

Art Sustainability Activism Interdisciplinary Discussion


                         

Event Details

Thursday, October 12, 2023

4:00 p.m. – 5:30 p.m.


Bromery Center for the Arts

151 Presidents Drive

Amherst MA 01003



Free

Event Website

Online registration or tickets


Contact

Hillary Rathbun

Fine Arts Center

hrathbun@umass.edu

Art Sustainability Activism: From the Ground Up is an interdisciplinary series devoted to illuminating ecological crises through the lens of science and art. From the Ground Up marks the fifth annual collaboration between the Fine Arts Center, MFA for Poets and Writers, and the School of Earth & Sustainability and includes science talks, performance, discussions, and community engagement.

Join ASA featured artist Sirintip, UMass professor Sandy Litchfield, Dr. Shaina Sadai of the Union of Concerned Scientists and others in this meeting of minds working at the intersection of climate change, science, literature, performing arts, and social justice.

This discussion will be moderated by UMass professor Malcolm Sen.

Painting by Ashley Eliza WilliamsMaybe We Look Like This Inside
oil on canvas 44″ x 40″