Performing Ecology

Image: Oil & Water #6 mixed media seen in Oil & Water for One of a Kind, an exhibition of unique artist's books curated by Heide Hatry at Pierre Menard Gallery, Cambridge MA and HP Garcia Gallery, New York, NY.

Trigger Point Theory as Aesthetic Activism, a workshop on restoring degraded environments

March 10th, time: 12:00-1:00pm 2011

The Culture of Climate Change, The 10th Annual Nature Ecology Society Colloquium

CUNY Graduate Center, CUNY New York, NY

Hosted by the Environmental Psychology PhD Program

Contact Person: Shawndel Fraser, SFraser@gc.cuny.edu

Ecological Art, March 10th, time: 4:00-5:00pm 2011

Panel Session organized by: Diane Burko and Aviva Rahmani

Moderated by: Amy Lipton, Panelists: Sam Bower, Beth Carruthers, David Haley and Shai Zakai

The Culture of Climate Change, The 10th Annual Nature Ecology Society Colloquium

CUNY Graduate Center, CUNY New York, NY

Hosted by the Environmental Psychology PhD Program

Contact Person: Shawndel Fraser, SFraser@gc.cuny.edu

HALF LIFE: Patterns of Systemic Change. March 25th, time: 6:00pm, 2011

Panel Discussion and Live Webcast

Joan Mitchell Center, New Orleans, LA and Santa Fe Institute of the Arts, Santa Fe, NM

Telephone 505-424.5050

Contact Person: Diane R. Karp, Ph.D. Executive Director Santa Fe Art Institute dkarp@sfai.org

One Of A Kind, an exhibition of unique artist’s books. March 3-March 27th, 2011

Reception Thursday March 17th  6:00 – 9:00 pm

Pierre Menard Gallery, 10 Arrow Street, Cambridge MA  02138

Telephone 617-868-2033

Curated by Heide Hatry, h.hatry@gmail.com

One Of A Kind, an exhibition of unique artist’s books. April 19 – May 21st, 2011

HP Garcia Gallery, 580 Eighth Avenue, 7th Floor (between 38th & 39th Streets)

New York, NY 10018-3080

Telephone (212) 354-7333

Curated by Heide Hatry, h.hatry@gmail.com

One Of A Kind, an exhibition of unique artist’s books. Dates: TBA, 2011

German-American Heritage Museum, 719 6th Street NW, Washington, DC 20001

Telephone (866) 868-8422

Curated by Heide Hatry, h.hatry@gmail.com

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