Grantee tags environmental art

Learning How to Say Goodbye

Caroline Landau

Year Grant Awarded: 2019

In June of 2019, Caroline and photographer/videographer Oliver Rye traveled to Newfoundland to make molds of icebergs. This is an ongoing project that will continue into 2020 when the mold will then be replicated into glass and filled back up with its own glacier water. Read More

Metra: A Climate Change Play with Songs

Hartford, Emily

Year Grant Awarded: 2018

In Metra, ancient Greek myth meets dystopian climate sci-fi. Metra roots out the oppressive structures upholding climate change—while using original rock songs, magic, and myth to explore the transformative power of both storytelling and collective action. Read More

Desert Agave

Teppich, Naomi

Year Grant Awarded: 2015

My ferro-cement sculpture "Desert Agave" is inspired by plant forms that have adopted to the desert climate in the southwest US. Perhaps this type of plant will be found in the northeast in the near future as temperatures continue to rise. Read More

Labor Day Sunflower Project

Moll, Gerry

Year Grant Awarded: 2013

A participatory installation celebrating our collective work. Thousands of sunflowers are woven together into a massive circle of flowers. Each flower denotes individual efforts while the circle of flowers represents our combined effort for the year. Read More

Interspecies Dialogues

Pindell, Deanna

Year Grant Awarded: 2013

This ongoing series of installations and performative conversations seeks to heal the dualism between Humans and Non-human Others. Can deep listening and empathetic response help to resolve our ecological crisis? Read More

GPS- and audio-guided walking tour on the Bonneville Salt Flats

Hinrichsen, Sonja

Year Grant Awarded: 2011

GPS/audio-guided walking tour on the Bonneville Salt Flats near Wendover, UT. Hikers can walk the outlines of a miniature of ancient Lake Bonneville while listening to narrative about natural history and contemporary use of the Bonneville Salt Flats. Read More

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