Diane Blomfield

Diane Blomfield

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Clare Twomey... I saw her speak at CU @ Boulder during an artist lecture. She has a very wide and yet precise artistic vision that plays out through ceramics as well as a sort of interactive-performace art. Whether livening a city,  bringing attention to the climate change or gathering a space for an artistic community-- she has done it!

Clare Twomey... I saw her speak at CU @ Boulder during an artist lecture. She has a very wide and yet precise artistic vision that plays out through ceramics as well as a sort of interactive-performace art. Whether livening a city, bringing attention to the climate change or gathering a space for an artistic community-- she has done it!

Biospheres is the name of an amazing installation of Tomas Saraceno for the exhibition Rethink Relations, Contemporary art and climate change in the National Gallery of Denmark.

Biospheres is the name of an amazing installation of Tomas Saraceno for the exhibition Rethink Relations, Contemporary art and climate change in the National Gallery of Denmark.

Photographer:Mandy Barker, All the plastics photographed in these images have been salvaged from beaches around the world and represent a global collection of debris that has existed for varying amounts of time in the world’s oceans

Photographer:Mandy Barker, All the plastics photographed in these images have been salvaged from beaches around the world and represent a global collection of debris that has existed for varying amounts of time in the world’s oceans

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Artists & Scientists Discuss Climate Change In The Arctic | The Creators Project

Artists & Scientists Discuss Climate Change In The Arctic | The Creators Project

David Buckland is an artist with an international reputation. In 2000 he created and now directs the Cape Farewell project, which brings artists, scientists and educators together to collectively address and raise awareness about climate change. This highly successful artistic intervention has spurred worldwide activity and underlines the power of artistic engagement to stimulate and vision the necessary cultural shift to build a sustainable and exciting society.

David Buckland is an artist with an international reputation. In 2000 he created and now directs the Cape Farewell project, which brings artists, scientists and educators together to collectively address and raise awareness about climate change. This highly successful artistic intervention has spurred worldwide activity and underlines the power of artistic engagement to stimulate and vision the necessary cultural shift to build a sustainable and exciting society.

Guardian (Oct13) - Art attack: why getting creative about climate change makes sense Bringing scientists and artists together can change attitudes towards global warming. David Buckland demonstrates how to make the cultural shift possible.

Guardian (Oct13) - Art attack: why getting creative about climate change makes sense Bringing scientists and artists together can change attitudes towards global warming. David Buckland demonstrates how to make the cultural shift possible.