Terra Incognita Art Series: Artists Exploring our New Ecological Epoch
This artist-led workshop and event series showcases a range of expressions that explore the relationships between humans and the world they inhabit. Our mission is twofold:
- through the arts and humanities, to investigate environmental issues honoring the experiences, aesthetics, and struggles embedded in these topics, and
- bring people together with diverse, but interconnected, interests and identities.
As we face a new epoch of environmental complexity, we need to encourage multidisciplinarity, a broader approach to environmental studies and the arts, and supportive learning communities.
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October 7 – Christa Donner & Andrew Yang: Ecological Storytelling: Imaginative Experiments for All Ages. Bubbler @ Madison Public Library–1:00-3:00pm
November 3 – Nestle: Bird Songs. Fredric March Play Circle Memorial Union–7:00pm
November 30 – Nina Elder: An Artistic Approach to Non-Linear Research: An Artistic Approach to Non-Linear Research. 8411 Sewell Social Science–12:30-2:00pm
February 21 - Sarah J. Stankey: The Traces and Trails of Camp. Art Lofts Gallery–6:00-8:00pm.
Science Hall: 550 N. Park Street 2/26-3/16
Bradley Memorial: 1225 Linden Dr. 2/27-5/8
Education Building: 100 Bascom Mall 2/6-5/8
March 7 – Sky Hopinka: Art Department Visiting Artist Colloquium. Conrad A. Elvehjem Building Rm. L160–5:00-6:15.
March 16 – Dylan Miner: Artist/Author Meet & Greet Potluck. 6:00-8:00.
April 25 – Alejandro Meitin (Ala Plástica): Art Department Visiting Artist Colloquium. Conrad A. Elvehjem Building Rm. L160–5:00-6:15.
April 26 – Alejandro Meitin (Ala Plástica): Lectura. 4:00pm. 6104 Social Sciences.
May 11 – Dylan McLaughlin: CausesLines Performance. Arts + Literature Laboratory–7:00.