Seeing Green: Art, Ecology, and Activism opens Saturday, April 12, 5:00-9:00pm at Woodland Pattern Book Center, 720 E. Locust St., Milwaukee, WI.
Seeing Green encourages artists to leave the confines of the studio and take an active role with the community, to collaborate and address issues of the environment, and to open a dialog with the public. Guest curator Nicolas Lampert invited over 40 local artists to work on a project for the duration of eight months. During the month of April, 2008 the show will be exhibited at Woodland Pattern Book Center in Milwaukee, Wisconsin where the gallery will serve as a hub space, informing the viewer and the public of the many environmental projects taking place throughout the city, exhibiting visual work and books, screening films and holding discussions and events based around the exhibition.
Urban Agriculture Poster by Brandon Bauer
Seeing Green opens at Woodland Pattern Book Center (720 E. Locust St., Milwaukee, WI.) on Saturday, April 12, 2008, 5:00-9:00pm
Reading by California author Rebecca Solnit, Sunday, March 30th, 2:00pm
Curator talk by Nicolas Lampert 4:30-6:00 / Film Screening, Wednesday, April 16th, 7:00-9:00pm
(Screening of 5 minute films and videos on urban ecology issues by: Lane Hall, Lisa Moline, Lindsay Holden, Brandon Bauer, Ray Chi, Laura Klein, Eddee Daniel, Suzanne Rosenblatt, Spencer Tepper, Zachary Nesgoda.)
Artist/Scientist/Community Activist talk, Wednesday, April 23rd, 7:00-9:00pm
(presentations by Susan Simensky-Bietila, Chris Cornelius, RiverPulse)
Artist/Scientist/Community Activist talk, Wednesday, April 30th, 7:00-9:00pm
(presentations by Raoul Deal and Larry Adams; Mary Osmundsen, Andrea Fuentes, Jose’ Medina, Monica Gonzalez and Adolfo Garcia; Lane Hall, Lisa Moline and Dr. Rudi Strickler)
Seeing Green is co-sponsored by UWM Cultures and Communities/Institute for Service Learning Co-Sponsorship Award, the Milwaukee Arts Board, and the Windhover Foundation.
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