Announcements and Documentations of Member Events

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December 2021

Noisy Autumn: Sculpture and Works on Paper is a new monograph cataloguing the career of Christy Rupp, ​​includes essays by Carlo McCormick, Amy Lipton, Nina Felshin, Bob Holman, and Lucy R. Lippard. Book launch at Printed Matter, New York City. December 4, 2021, 2-4pm.

Exploring the Sustainability Challenge: Art and Sustainability is an interview with Patricia Watts, founder and curator of ecoartspace, The Sustainability Laboratory, organized by Elizabeth Thompson. December 14, 2021, 6 pm ET (Zoom).

Paleozoic is a digital album of poems about the Paleozoic Era recorded by Katy Gurin with pianist and composer James Zeller.

Dark Mountain: Issue 20 – ABYSS delves deep into civilization’s plunder of Earth with Extraction: art on the Edge of the Abyss including Basia Irland.

Change is a permanent installation of artworks including Diane Burko and John Sabraw for the recently completed Lindblad expedition ship, the National Geographic Endurance.


November 2021

Engineering Legends is a podcast focused on creating connections within the water, wastewater, and environmental industry, includes an interview with Brad Temkin about his work Hidden Beauty of The Water Cycle. November 2, 2021. Podcast

A New Monograph Catalogues the Career of Eco Artist Christy Rupp, by Insight Editions, Hyperallergic, November 2, 2021.

Fallen Fruit's Endless Orchard Grows Boundless Optimism LA Weekly feature including David Allen Burns announcing a tree adoption at the site of the Fallen Fruit permanent sculptural installation Monument for Sharing, L.A. State Historic Park, California. November 13, 2021.

FELT 4th Renewable Futures Conference includes WhiteFeather Hunter discussing lab-grown meat, self-cannibalism and the instrumentalization of women’s and other ‘non-normative’ bodies in biotech. November 4 - 5, 2021.

Seeing Climate Change Symposium opening panel discussion including Diane Burko Eleanor Heartney and Jennifer McGregor. College of Arts and Sciences, American University, Washington, D.C. November 5, 2021. Recording

Pathfinders: Women of the Deep includes Mara Haseltine, one of the featured Women of the Explorers Club sharing stories about researching our blue planet and what they have discovered about the sea, themselves and as women in ocean exploration. November 6, 2021. Recording

Oil spills, plastic, rising seas: artists invoke climate breakdown in San Francisco exhibition - in pictures including the work of Judith Selby Lang, Lands End exhibition at the former Cliff House, San Francisco, Guardian online. November 7, 2021.

Becoming Feral is a research print and digital publication creatively exploring the relations between humans/other-animals including Debra Swack’s Animal Patterning Project and Margaret LeJeune's cross-species collaborations with fireflies, launching Wednesday, November 10, 2021. 19:00 GMT

Mosses + Marshes panel moderated by Kim V. Goldsmith with natural resource managers, scientists, academics and cultural consultants from Australia and the UK discussing alternative ways of understanding and valuing special environments to help shape their future. ecoPULSE, November 11, 2021, 7pm AEDT/8am GMT (Zoom).

Visualizing Climate Change Through Abstract Painting, review of Diane Burko's exhibition at the American University Museum, by Carter Radcliff, Hyperallergic, November 11, 2021.

Sonic Stores of the Wetlands by Kim V. Goldsmith is a series of soundscapes included in Mosses and Marshes at Qube, Shopshire, England. Recording.

The Ecotopian Library is a public toolkit by Mary Mattingly in collaboration with Sayler/Morris of Toolshed. Reception, Screening and Panel Discussion, at The Hudson Area Library, New York. November 12, 2021, 6 – 8:30pm ET.

Primal Reforestation Gathering 2021 will include an opening ceremony, Art Experience and art performance-installation, by Evgenia Emets of Eternal Forest in South Portugal at Traditional Dream Factory in Abela Alentejo, November 12-14, 2020.

Hello is a participatory art project by Xavier Cortada launched ahead of the 26th United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP26) with Miami-Dade County Mayor Daniella Levine Cava. Through November 12, 2021.

Forest Regeneration and the Arts Eternal Forest conversation with Yasmine Ostendorf, Ming-Jium Tsai (Taiwan) and Ricardo Ángeles (Oxaca, MX) curated by Evgenia Emets. November 17, 2021. Recording

101 Jobs that Change the World (Ep 23) features Diana Scarborough, The artist who's taking a fresh look at science. UK Research and Innovation. November 17, 2021. Youtube

Anadromous Architectures, Art Talk: CR Faculty &  Staff Art Exhibition including Cynthia Hooper, at College of the Redwoods Gallery. November 18, 2021. Recording  

Art + Activism Episode No. 8 celebrates 25 Years of WEAD: Honoring Co-Founder Susan Leibovitz Steinman. November 22, 2021. Recording

The Art of Trees with Adam Wolpert, Episode 5, Art2Life, November 24, 2021. Podcast interview

Message and Method Hannah Chalew interviewed by Louis Bury for BOMB magazine. November 29, 2021. 

Mycelia is a sonification composed by plugging mushrooms into synths, Myco-synths, with human interactions performed by Nantopia (Tosca Teran and Andri Gravelle), livestream for Raindance Immersive Festival, November 21, 20:00 GMT.

Cultivating Diverse Varieties of Resilience, SeedBroadcast agri-Culture Journal #17, co-founded by Chrissie Orr, include Hope Chest and Red Wiggler Giveway by Kim Abeles. Bi-Annual journal.

NOMAD Interdisciplinary Master of Fine Arts, Hartford Art School, University of Hartford, a low residency program dedicated to regenerative culture including faculty Carol Padberg and Mary Mattingly, is currently accepting applications for Cohort 7.

Sacred Sites: The Secret History of Southern California by Susan Suntree made the short list for the SOVAS (Society of Voice Arts and Sciences) in Sound Design. Recording

Engrained: Reflections on Trees in Poetry and Art is a book of poems exploring the beauty, activities and ecology of forests, by Marietta Patricia Leis, now available through Amazon.

Parasitism to mutualism continuum for Joshua trees inoculated with different communities of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi from a desert elevation gradient is a paper published by Juniper Harrower on Plos One journal. Online

Binna Burra Lodge announced Dr. Renata Buziak as Artist-in-Residence on the Binna Burra Cultural Landscape, Queensland, Australia.


October 2021

Missing Witches Samhain Circle is a virtual circle with leading science witches, art witches, death witches, feminist and activists collaborators including Whitefeather Hunter and Carol Padberg. October 31, 2021. Podcast

Exploring the Sustainability Challenge: Sustainability in the Developing World is a panel discussion with Ashok Khosla, co-chair of the UN Environment Programme's International Resource Panel (UNEP-IRP), The Sustainability Laboratory Challenge, organized by Elizabeth Thompson. October 27, 2021, 12:30 ET (Zoom). Recordings

Programmable Nature: Conversations with Artists features an interview with the environmental artists Tim Collins and Reiko Goto, for the University of Glasgow's College of the Arts, The Dear Green Bothy project. October 26, 2021. Recording

Visualizing Urban Waterscapes, a guest lecture by Sara Ahmed, about the issues surrounding urban waterscapes and the environment. Webinar hosted by SPRF and Living Waters Museum, Water Seekers Fellowship 2021, October 25, 2021. Recording Coming

On Bearing Witness and Embracing Beauty is an online review by Susan Hoffman-Fishman of Diane Burko: Seeing Climate Change 2002 – 2021 at the American University, Washington, DC. October 25, 2021.

Ruderal Ecologies 2 was a virtual conference bringing together thought leaders in art science and environmental justice, including an interview with WhiteFeather Hunter. October 24, 2021. Recording

B-Seite Biennial Festival included Bichicuchitu & Bichicu-Chow by Pat Badani, underscoring processes associated with growth and decay, adaptability and resilience, Mannheim, Germany. October 23 – 30, 2021.

Understanding Our Climate Emergency Through Art And Aesthetics was an international conference including Diane Burko and Santiago Zabala. at the Pompeu Fabra University, October 21 – 22, 2021. Recording Coming

And online presentation by Bruria Finkel to the members of Southern California Women's Caucus for Art. October 21, 2021. Recording

Eternal Forest Conversation is curated by Evgenia Emets featuring a conversation with Kari Krogh, October 20, 2021 at 1pm ET. Recording

Radio Chatskill featured conversation about creative forms of climate change resistance with Eliza Evans, October 16, 2021. Podcast

Augmented Senses: Feminist Queer Augmented/Virtual Reality was a virtual symposium featuring Amy Youngs, focusing on gender, trans, and feminist themes around the body, desire, biological art, and our microbial environment. October 13, 2021. Recording

Telling Tales: Why Artists Tell Stories About Lives and Land is a Zoom conversation including Kim Abeles, Suvan Geer and Sandra Mueller. In conjunction with the exhibition Stories of the Land, Santa Ana College, California. October 12, 2021. Recording

Diane Burko: Seeing Climate Change, a solo exhibition with a discussion of the curatorial process and important themes in her work, at the American University Museum, Washington, DC. October 12, 2021. Recording

Flower Force is a public sculpture and participatory restoration project by Xavier Cortada, Palmetto Bay, Florida. October 10, 2021 at 2pm ET.

Turning the Tide: Sun & Seaat the Brooklyn Academy of Music, a review by Louis Bury, Art in America, October 8, 2021.

All that you touch: art and ecology includes online conversations with Alicia Escott and Minoosh Zomorodinia, Climate Transformations and Ecology and Culture. October 5 and October 7, 2021. Recording Coming

NYC Water Futures: From Conservation to Regeneration is a panel discussion moderated by Mary Mattingly, co-presented by More Art and Brooklyn Public Library, October 4, 2021.Recording

The PoeTREE/A Tree I Love have you ever loved a tree?, is a participatory art project by Priscilla Stadler, at Queens Botanical Garden, October 3, 2021, 10-1pm ET.

Visual Arts: Woven from the Planet's Woes, How do we make sense of our complex relationships to and with the earth?, featuring the work of Tali Weinberg, The World Today, Chatham House, October 1, 2021.

The Mojave Project Reader, Volume III, a collection of desert field dispatches by Kim Stringfellow is now available for pre-order, 128-pages.

Edible Plants is a ten-year project by Jimmy Fike documenting edible plants of the North American continent is featured in Southwest Contemporary, Photography Portfolio, Arizona. Vol 4, Winter 2021. Online review by Angie Rizzo.


September 2021

Regenerate! Dream, Design, Deploy is a cooperative resource management game from Robert Ferry and Elizabeth Monoian of Land Art Generator along with Fly Ranch Project and Tunnel Monster Collective. Available now, limited edition of 500. Download as well.

A People's Atlas of Nuclear Colorado is a recently launched online platform where you can explore nuclear geographies, policy issues, artistic responses, and personal and scholarly reflections on the U.S. nuclear complex, coedited by Sarah Kanouse.

Discovering the Hudson Anew: Exploring History and the Environment from An Artist's Perspective was the Handel-Krom Lecture given by James Lancel McElhinney, Hudson River Valley Institute, Marist College, Poughkeepsie, New York. Wednesday, September 29, 2021 at 7pm ET (Zoom). Recording

The hidden beauty of the plants that feed the world includes stories and micrographs by Robert Dash, National Geographic, September 23, 2021. Online

Art, Empathy and Climate Change was a panel discussion including Diane Burko, sponsored by Cultural Programs of the National Academy of Sciences, DC DASER experiments. September 23, 2021. Recording

Spatial Justice as Research Practice: Public Scholarship and the Politics of Mapping Global IN/Justice was a panel discussion including Sarah Kanouse, at the Mortara Center, Washington, D.C. September 23, 2021. Recording

Exploring the Sustainability Challenge: The Economics of Sustainability with Hazel Henderson, The Sustainability Laboratory curated by Elizabeth Thompson. Wednesday, September 22, 2021, 12:30 ET (Zoom). Recordings

Unlearning Museums: Talking with Water was an online panel discussion including Sara Ahmed, founder of Living Waters Museum, for Water Talks Season 2, Communicating Water: Advancing a New Water Ethics. September 22, 2021. Recording

Physical Listening: A Dancer's Interspecies Journey was a book launch with Joanna Mendl Shaw. September 17, 2021. Recording

Seed Syllables: Sowing Dialogue in the Quadruple Pandemic podcast interview with Chrissie Orr cofounder of Seed Broadcast in Santa Fe, New Mexico. A Culture of Possibility is a monthly podcast conducted by Arlene Goldbard. September 17, 2021.

Landscape Deconstructed was an online exhibition and zoom event with Mimi Czajka Graminski and Linda Smith in conversation with Jennifer McGregor, Hammond Museum and Japanese Stroll Garden, Westchester County, New York, September 11, 2021. Recording

Mycellium by Tosca Terán (AKA Nanotopia) was a ten hour LIVE audio-visual experience derived from mushrooms near the South River and Algonquin Park in Toronto, Canada. Performed September 11, 2021. Recording

Beyond The Paint with Bernadine was a podcast interview with Deborah Wasserman on Migration, Land and the Feminine Body, September 10, 2021. Recording

Toby Zallman: Our Plastic Trash was an artist talk and walk through of her exhibition at Western Illinois University Art Gallery, September 10, 2021. Recording

Rooted in Relationship: Art and Illustration was a webinar featuring Christopher Reiger for the Mount Diablo Interpretive Association. Sponsored by California State Parks. September 8, 2021. Recording

Eternal Forest Conversation was curated by Evgenia Emets featuring a conversation with Foresta Collective, September 8, 2021 at 1pm ET (Zoom). Recording

The Deadly Impact of Nuclear Testing on Unsuspecting Desert Communities by Kim Stringfellow, Artbound, Arts and Culture, KCET online essay. September 7, 2021.

Reconnoiter interview with Patricia Watts by Constance Mallinson, Climate Issue,Artillery magazine, September 7, 2021. 

The Shit Projectis a collaborative research and art walk addressing waste values including Julia Adzuki, Sweden, Saturday, September 4, 2021.

The Specialness of Springs is a long-term exploration of roadside springs in the Midwest that are used as public water sources by Kay Westhues and was the subject of an exhibition and artist talk, at Saint Mary's College, Notre Dame, Indiana. September 2, 2021. Recording


August 2021

The wrong kind of beauty was a performance by Bloom Collective for Sites of Connection, an art-science collaboration focused on soil erosion including Renata Buziak, USC Art Gallery, Sippy Downs, Australia. August 28, 2021. Recording

Field Trip Symposium including art/science project focused on soil erosion and gullies led by Renata Buziak, from Australia, September 25, 2021 (Zoom).

top seeds: artists capture global efforts to future-proof nature-in pictures article in the Guardian featuring Sant Khalsa in conjunction with the exhibition Seedscapes currently in the UK. August 2, 2021. 

Imagining Our Climate Future review by Louis Bury for Hyperallergic, August 7, 2021. 

Women Celebrating Water Heritage Through Stories panel discussion moderated by Sara Ahmed, Living Waters Museum, August 17, 2021. Recording

Eternal Forest Conversation curated by Evgenia Emets featuring a conversation with plant whisperer Rachel Corby, August 12, 2021 at 1pm ET. Recording

Stories Told by Water artist talk with Leah Wilson in conjunction with her exhibition at Umpqua Valley Arts, Roseburg, Oregon. August 5, 2021. Recording


July 2021

Breathing with the Sun features an interview with Kellie Bornhoft about generational memory, Southwest Contemporary, Volume 3: Inhale Exhale. July 30, 2021.


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