Climate Stories—Creative Reflections on Climate Change from the College of Fine & Applied Arts
Thursday, December 7, 2017 | 5-8 p.m.
HOW Space (182 Howard Street)
All are welcome; light refreshments provided
The Climate Stories Collaborative invites campus and community to a showcase of creative works produced by students enrolled in classes across the College of Fine and Applied Arts. This end-of-semester event will feature visual and performance pieces expressing climate stories—stories of those who are already affected by and/or taking action to address climate change.
Join us and experience student reflections on climate change in a variety of creative media—painting, sculpture, theatrical performance, videography, photography, design, narrative non-fiction, and more—at the College's HOW Space venue downtown. HOW Space is dedicated to advancing creative and collaborative student and faculty projects that engage the local community.
This event is hosted by the Climate Stories Collaborative, with support from the College of Fine and Applied Arts. The Collaborative is dedicated to growing the capacity of faculty and students to use a variety of creative media to tell the stories of those who are already affected by, and/or taking action to address, climate change.
ART 2022 Cultivating Creative Expression
SD 2400 Principles of Sustainable Development
Poster (PDF) Thanks to Alan Beauvais & Lydia Orange for contributing their graphic design talents.