Brandon Ballengée, "Cleared and stained Hymenochirus family frog", 2001 (© Brandon Ballengée)
Jane Ingram Allen
AMD&ART/ T. Allan Comp
ATM & RiverCubes
Mark Brest van Kempen
Gilles Bruni and Marc Babarit
Albert Flynn DeSilver
Jean Paul Ganem
Newton & Helen Mayer Harrison
Mary Ellen Long
Nine Mile Run
Sarah Jane Pell
r e a d e r
Ann T. Rosenthal
Mara Adamitz Scrupe
Fern Shaffer and Othello Anderson
Bonnie Ora Sherk
Susan Leibovitz Steinman
Diana Lynn Thompson
Strijdom van der Merwe
Nico van Hoorn
Jeroen van Westen
Welfare State International
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Ryan Griffis and Claude Willey collide with a carload of cultural projects focusing on the problems of mobility and energy.
A critical look at the issue of air quality through the arts, including many projects that blur the line between art and activism, curated by Andrea Polli.
"Art & Ecology: Interdisciplinary Approaches to Curriculum"
This elearning space was originally published in 1997 on ArtsEdNet with support from the Getty Education Institute for the Arts and the J. Paul Getty Trust. Part of our TOOLBOX for Educators
An online exhibition exploring the relationship between performance and the environment, curated by Wallace Heim.
An experimental research project to monitor and develop location-sensitive structures for the collection, retention, and use/re-use of water in the Mojave Desert.
A multi-venue project with exhibitions, talks, films and performance intended to stimulate discussion, encourage support for restoration and sustainable practices, and to protect the health of the ocean.
"The Voice of the Planet is the Muse" Environmental soundscape art. Curated by Jim Cummings, Founder AcousticEcology.org and EarthEar.com.
"The Monongahela Conference"
A publication offering the perspectives of artists and theorists on post industrial community development. Produced by the STUDIO for Creative Inquiry, Carnegie Mellon University.
"New Media Meets the Environment"
Curated by Jonah Brucker-Cohen of Media Lab Europe.
"ecovention: current art to transform ecologies"
the online catalogue to the CAC's major exhibition in Cincinnati, OH.
Curated by Amy Lipton of ecoartspace.
Environmental Art at the Dawn of the 21st Century.
"Global Solstice: Photos!"
A global look at the solstice.
Gilbert van Ryckevorsel
"Juan the Hurricane Monster"
"Observations, Reflections and Proposals for Creative Ecological Interventions"
"What it Means to Plant a Forest"
"Grab Some Stones: Andy Goldsworthy's Rivers and Tides"
"A New Front"
Huey D. Johnson
"Art, Environment and the Message in the Brick"
"How Nature Makes Music"
"Why Blue Rocks?"
"Interview with the organizers of gardenLAb"
"INTRODUCTION: Toolbox for Educators"