Art in Action with Autumn

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Art in Action with Autumn

Make art happen! Make CHANGE happen!

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111 N M St 111 North M Street Lake Worth, FL 33460

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Do you know a super cool 10-15 year-old who is interested in the intersection of art and climate activism? Join Autumn and Lake Worth Waterkeeper once a month on the third Thursday to learn about the Artivism movement and how people of all ages, identities and abilities can use art to effect change in our world.

Join our community! Create a movement with us!

$25/per class individual, $20 for siblings | Venmo: @autumn-kioti or pay at the door

*No one will be turned away for lack of funds*

All classes take place at Base Camp, 111 North M Street, Lake Worth

Questions? Contact Autumn at

Lake Worth Waterkeeper is a local nonprofit, and member of Waterkeeper Alliance, who is dedicated to protecting the historic Lake Worth Lagoon, its surrounding waters, and its community’s way of life.

About Autumn (they/them, she/her):

The creation and transmission of a narrative is integral to Autumn's work as an artist, Master Naturalist and storyteller; the best kind of "going viral." Using inspirations from nature, animal documentaries and scientific studies, their own search for identity and community, and processes including botanical and traditional printmaking, collagraph, cyanotype, pen and ink, non-traditional watercolor techniques, found object art, they create two and three dimensional art and installation, as well as programming and performances. Past artist residencies include the NYC Audubon Society, the Santa Fe Art Institute, At Monastery Italia (Italy), and more. Autumn currently travels South Florida with Wildness is Necessary, their art, nature and justice program for all ages. It is their wildest hope that the narratives they create bring viewers and participants closer to an understanding that humans are of nature and not separate from it; dismantling the idea of the scala naturae, and planting our feet firmly on the Earth beside our non-human brethren (and maybe create a little magic and silliness too). Learn more at: &

Autumn's work is currently on display in The Thread That Connects Us at Studio 18 in the Pines.