Climate Change Art Show

Deadline for submissions is Sept. 12

As part of Climate Week activities, Create Community in Nelsonville will host a Climate Change Art Exhibit that opens Sept. 28.

Artists are invited to submit paintings, photographs and other two-dimensional art inspired by climate change and designed to overcome the human tendency to value personal experience over data and to disengage from data-based representations.

The show will be juried by Cold Spring artist Andrea Connor and climate activist Krystal Ford of Garrison. Applicants must submit a resume and up to three jpg images of their work, as well as a brief statement about the work, to with “Climate Change Art” in the subject line.

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