Climate Grief & Eco-Anxiety
Over the past six months, these artist residents have engaged in community conversations related to their personal climate narratives, feelings of eco-anxiety, climate grief, and the development of visions for a climate just future. Through these dialogues in monthly workshops, the artist residents have engaged in creativity to process uncertainty, loss, and grief in the climate crisis. These artists now join for a live opening exhibition to share the culmination of their radical artworks that offer new and liberatory visions for climate justice. Each artist will share several works which emerged throughout the residency, offering insight into their creative process as a young artist in the climate justice movement.
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