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The Story of Art and Climate: Creating change through art and action

  • HOT•BED 723 Chestnut St Floor 2 Philadelphia, PA, 19106 USA (map)

Join us for a lively discussion and presentation on the positive impact of the arts on the Climate Change movement and how creativity and storytelling can create change. As part of the 24 Hours of Reality, an international day of Climate presentations offered by Al Gore’s Climate Reality Project, Hot Bed will host an artist panel discussion and climate presentations with scientific experts in the midst of Girl in the Garden: Danger In Paradise a solo exhibition by Amie Potsic which focuses on climate change and gender roles through the lens of deforestation and wildfires. One Tree Planted has committed to planting one tree for every attendee at this presentation. Please join us to learn how you can create change, engage in the arts, and have a tree planted in your honor.

The Story of Art and Climate:  Creating change through art and action


Artist Panel:

Amie Potsic, Ana Vizcarra Rankin, Marguerita Hagan & Deirdre Murphy

Moderators and Presenters: 
Al Morales: Presenter and Moderator, Climate Reality Project
Alana Morales, Youth Presenter: Climate Reality Project
Dr. Erik Cordes, Associate Professor, Vice Chair, Ecology and Integrative Biology, Temple University & Alexis Weinnig, Graduate student, Department of Biology, Temple University: Science Experts and Presenters

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Event is free and open to the public.

Image featured: Amie Potsic "Vision" Mixed Media on Panel 36"x 72" 2019 © Amie Potsic 2019.

Earlier Event: November 16
Girl in the Garden Closing Reception