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MEDIA

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Press

 

  • Read the article about the two woman exhibit and related Earth Day activities of Adriana G. Prat and Yuko Oda, The Alchemy of Hope: Art For Climate Action, at the Lovejoy Library, Proctor Academy, Andover, NH at The Beacon - Jan 2024

  • Interview of selected i3C artists by the Belmont Media Center here, as part of “Inspiring Change for the Climate Crisis @ Belmont Gallery of Art”, Belmont MA - December 2022 to January 2023

 

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Videos of Past i3C Events

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  • Artists talk: Jeffrey Nowlin & Sarah Meyers Brent - Nov 13, 2022 - Watch the recording here: Coming up soon. This talk accompanied the exhibit “Meditations on Climate Crisis: Inspiring Change 2022”, honeyjones Studio Gallery, Cambridge MA - Oct to Nov 2022

  • Artists' Talk, with i3C artists, moderated by i3C artist Shelby Meyerhoff - Nov 18th, 2021 - Recording here - This talk accompanied the exhibit  “Meditations on Climate Change: Inspiring Change”, honey jones studio Gallery, Cambridge MA - Nov 2021

 

  • Panel: "How Do We Relate to the Climate Crisis: A Community Panel Discussion" - Panelists: Silas Winer (Moderator); Roger W. Stephenson (Northeast Regional Advocacy Director from Union of Concerned Scientists); Jivan Sobrinho-Wheeler (Cambridge City Council member); Azalea Thompson and Juliana Abramson (representatives from Boston Latin School Youth Climate Action Network (YouthCAN)); Andrew Richardson (green-certified architect); Heather McCargo (Executive Director of Wild Seed Project (Portland, Maine)); Florence Reed (Founder & Director of Strategic Growth, Sustainable Harvest International); Margery Davies (Mothers Out Front) - Dec 3, 2020 - Recording here - This panel accompanied the exhibit “How Do We Relate to the Climate Crisis”, Multicultural Arts Center, Cambridge MA - Nov to Dec 2020

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