The science is overwhelming. Artists reflect on and respond to mankind’s most urgent global issue, Climate Change. Their vision is our looking glass that clarifies this pressing condition with the hope of inspiring solutions. Healdsburg Center for the Arts proudly presents visions to inspire in this special exhibit:
REFLECTIVITY – Artists on Climate Change
Exhibition dates: April 20, 2019 – June 2, 2019
Opening Reception: April 20, 5 – 7pm
Joanne Dominick DeFlorio, is an artist, art educator at Belleville HS in New Jersey, and 2 time Emmy award winner for her CBS and ABC news graphics.
Lisa Zwerling has had 14 one-person shows in New York City. The Frye Art Museum in Seattle exhibited 23 paintings and published a catalogue with an essay by Robert Rosenblum. Her work is in collections including the Frye Art Museum, the Bayly Museum, the LaSalle University Art Museum, New York University, and in private collections in the US, Europe, South Africa, and Korea. She was a visiting artist at The American Academy in Rome. Zwerling currently she teaches at New York University.
Michael Schwager, Director of the SSU Art Gallery and Professor of Art History
Jenny E. Balisle
Bobbi Baugh & John Lewis
Niloufar (Nilou) Farzam
Earth Day and Climate Change Events
Four Elements Festival on Plaza Street: April 20, 1-5
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CELEBRATE EARTH DAY
Monday, April 22, 6PM Raven Film Center
Screening of “The Human Element” in partnership with Alexander Valley Film Society at the Raven Film Center.
Panel discussion to follow the film moderated by Supervisor James Gore
Don McEnhill, Russian River Keepers
Marshal Turbeville, Geyserville Fire
Ana Lugo, Community Action Partnership
Brad Sheerwood, Sonoma County Water Agency