This month, we virtually travel to South Korea and to a fictional island off the coast of Vietnam as we
This month, I share some of my own climate story. In doing so, I evoke the spirit of American poet
On Islamic Art Traditions & the Environmental Arts Movement When we, in the United States, think about environmental art or
Happy winter to those of you in the Northern hemisphere, and happy summer to those of you in the South.
It’s my pleasure to talk with Catherine Bush, fellow Canadian and author of the new novel Blaze Island. It’s just a coincidence
How The Pink Bear connected the inner me to you, the outside world, and nature I must have been five
I’m excited to share with you an interview with artist and John Jay College professor of art and environmental justice,
How does an artist decide to do the work she does? How does that work evolve over time? What impact
If 2020 has taught me anything, it’s that most of us are pretty bad at dealing with uncertainty. Either we’re
These days I find myself taking frequent nature walks where I breathe a little slower and think a little deeper.