Artist Panel:  How Do Artists Respond to the Climate Crisis?

Artist Panel: How Do Artists Respond to the Climate Crisis?

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Join us via zoom for an artist panel and group discussion about creativity and the climate crisis hosted by the Multicultural Arts Center.

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Virtual Panel: How do Artists Respond to the Climate Crisis?

Featuring the i3C (Inspiring Change for Climate Crisis) Artists Group, Curator Adriana G. Prat and hosted by the Multicultural Art Center Gallery

As a satellite event to Adriana G. Prat’s exhibit Topographies of the Collective Misfortunes, join us for a live panel with i3C artists on Wednesday June 1st at 6 PM EST. i3C (Inspiring Change for Climate Crisis) is a multidisciplinary group of 17 artists from Massachusetts, New York, and Pennsylvania. Curated by artist and scientist Adriana G. Prat, the creative collective presents environmentally conscious art exhibits and associated community programming. Their diverse backgrounds and art practices contribute to their shared commitment to the topic of the climate crisis.

The event centers around artists presenting how their work represents a response to the climate crisis. Attendees are encouraged to bring their own experiences and ideas into the discussion. Breakout rooms will provide opportunities to brainstorm solutions and promote a sense of community.

i3C Artists

• Steve Bennett - (not speaking in this event)

• Cedric Harper - (not speaking in this event)

• Martha Heller -

• Maria Celeste Linardi -

• CJ Lori -

• Michelle Lougee - (not speaking in this event)

• Rebecca McGee Tuck -

• Michael Manning -

• Sarah Meyers Brent -

• Shelby Meyerhoff -

• Carol Moses -

• Jeffrey Nowlin -

• Paula Pitman Brown -

• Steven Rudin -

• Luna Sconty -

• Cynthia Staples - (not speaking in this event)

• Adriana G. Prat -

About the Curator

Adriana G. Prat is an abstract painter and curator with a PhD in Biophysics. Informed by her scientific background, her paintings often allude to maps, islands, and living cells. Prat’s exhibition “Topographies of the Collective Misfortunes” is currently on view at the Multicultural Art Center through June 3, 2022. Prat started i3C with the goal of inspiring change and action for the climate crisis through art exhibitions, talks, classes, and community outreach programming. Starting as a group show at the Multicultural Art Center Gallery in 2020, the exhibition of 2D and 3D multimedia work has grown and will travel to more than 3 different art spaces over the next six months, and counting….

About the Multicultural Art Center

The Multicultural Art Center is a non-profit corporation founded in 1978 as an arts center focused on helping diverse populations better understand one another. Our mission is to present multicultural visual and performing arts programs to educate the community about diversity, and make our facility available to artists or groups that might not otherwise have access to a professionally equipped facility or the cultural mainstream. 

Photo Credits: honeyjones studio, Julie Ayaz, and Adriana Prat

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