what is ecoartspace?
ecoartspace has served as a platform for artists addressing environmental issues since 1999. Patricia Watts and Amy Lipton have curated over 60 art and ecology exhibitions combined, and have organized, as well as participated in, over 100 ecoart programs and events.
Starting 2020, Watts decided to transition to a membership-based organization. Students, artists, advocates, professionals, galleries and institutions are invited to join who are concerned about the natural world. Together, we as a community can both imagine and help make real, a healthy future.
Please join us!
Leslie Sobel, Climate Procession, 2018 Ann Arbor, Michigan (right)
Stucke is an interdisciplinary artist based in Los Angeles.
She identifies her work within ideas of social relationships situated
between artistic research, science and imagination. Through materials of
sound and language, performance, installations, embodied and
appropriated drawings, scientific prints and DIY artist books, her
research interests include questions of symbiotic and rhizomatic
relationships, Native American ethnobotany, local knowledge systems,
plant-human relationships, evolutionary biology, consciousness, and the
appropriation of visual scientific classification structures. AS
The Great Pause ZOOM dialogues
On March 26 we met with almost 50 members to discuss some of the positive and negative events arising, in artists studio practice and in the environment, due to the COVID-19 Pandemic. We met again on April 9, and May 20 with special guest author and activist Ashley Dawson, and will be meeting again on Friday, June 12 for a dialogue on TREES.
Please check the Events page to join in the dialogue!