Dec 5, 2023 to Jan 12, 2024|
Multicultural Arts Center
CLIMATE CHANGE: CREATING CONVERSATIONS ON A GLOBAL CRISIS
Group exhibit at the Multicultural Arts Center by the i3C Artists, on view December 5, 2023 to January 12, 2024. Curated by Martha Heller and Adriana G. Prat.
Dates and Location
Dec 5, 2023 to Jan 12, 2024
Multicultural Arts Center, 41 Second St, East Cambridge, MA 02141, USA
i3C is an acronym for “inspiring Change for the Climate Crisis.” Our group’s original 5-person show at the Cambridge Multicultural Arts Center in 2020 gave us our start, our voice, and eventually the momentum to become the mature artists group we are today. We create much needed dialogue to inspire urgent change for the environmental crisis using a versatile and rich vocabulary of techniques and imaginations. We have now exhibited extensively for almost two years, and we feel a special connection to and gratitude toward the Multicultural Arts Center. Now we are back in this familiar space.
The i3C Artists Group will brighten the walls of the luminous Multicultural Arts Center’s Gallery with visions and metaphors of resilience and hope. The powerful and innovative approach of the participating artists will provide an expression of what the environmental crisis entails, but also suggest avenues for change. We will celebrate what human society can do for our shared planet. The collective artwork will pose difficult questions about global dilemmas that will hopefully trigger profound conversations that bring us closer to taking concrete action.
Participating i3C Artists
Steve Bennett, Cedric Harper, Martha Heller (Curator), Maria Celeste Linardi, C. J. Lori, Rebecca McGee Tuck, Shelby Meyerhoff, Michaela Morse, Carol Moses, Michaela Nielsen, Jeffrey Nowlin, Paula Pitman Brown, Adriana G. Prat (Curator), and Yulia Shtern.
Opening Reception & Artists Talks by Jeffrey Nowlin, Michaela Nielsen and Michaela Morse: Thursday Dec 7 2023 (6-8pm) - Register here.
Gallery Hours: 10am – 6pm Tu, Wed, Fr; 10am-8pm Th
Admission is free and open to the public.
Other events will be added. For more info visit https://www.multiculturalartscenter.org/.