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
We are in the process of developing a new resource for this platform, collecting a database of academic programs, courses,
If 2020 has taught me anything, it’s that most of us are pretty bad at dealing with uncertainty. Either we’re
Welcome to another installment in my Indigenous Voices series, and happy Native American Heritage Month! In 1990, President George H.
Dutch-Canadian printmaker Eveline Kolijn grew up in the Caribbean where she developed an enduring interest in natural history and the environment, as
These days I find myself taking frequent nature walks where I breathe a little slower and think a little deeper.
Joining us in the Art House is musician and composer Jason Davis. Jason curates ClimateStoriesProject.org. The site hosts videos from
Ever since I was a young girl, I’ve loved the fall. The wool sweaters, the turning leaves, the pumpkins –
For this post, we are fortunate to travel to Bangkok, Thailand, to explore Pitchaya Sudbanthad’s Bangkok Wakes to Rain, published by Riverhead Books (US,