Can art save the bees? Sculptor Emily Puthoff is attempting to do just that through the Hudson Valley Bee Habitat.
In the last decade, the capital of the Netherlands has become incredibly popular with tourists, the giant letters I AMSTERDAM
The environment has always been both key and lock in all of my work. From 1983 to 1996, I engaged
American environmental artist and sculptor Stacy Levy is a keen observer of urban tides, rainfall, wetlands, and watersheds. Tide Field and River Rooms,
After reading the artwork’s mission statement, a mother carefully removed her shoes and socks, and waited patiently for her teenage
Though metropolitan Bangkok is rapidly pumping out new malls and hotels across its territory, nature conservation organizations and artists have
We humans have been harvesting the wind for at least 5,000 years. A clay vase dating to 3500 BCE from
Taiwan, the mountainous island off the southeastern coast of China, is officially known as the Republic of China (ROC). It
Wind-activated undulating walls and solar-activated etchings carved onto reclaimed redwood: the San Francisco-based artist Charles Sowers makes my heart sing!
Museums and others cultural agents are key interfaces between the government and the public. As a centerpiece of the Age