Past Events Related to Arts and the Environment

Nov 17, 2016
Starting in October 2016, the UA Poetry Center features eight world-class poets as they address what overlaps, contradictions, mutual challenges, and confluences the categories of Climate Change & Poetry share with each other; in a series of investigative readings, we hope to Read More
Oct 28, 2016
Terrain.org, The Institute of the Environment, and the UA Department of English are hosting an evening with Pacific Northwest poets Scot Siegel and Kristin Berger. Scot and Kristin will read poems from their new collections, as well as old favorites.  Light refreshments will be Read More
Oct 27, 2016
Clare Benson, a recent graduate from the UA School of Art, spent the 2014/2015 academic year pursuing research in the far north of Sweden, at the Swedish Institute of Space Physics (IRF), working under the auspices of a Fulbright Fellowship. Her project explores intersections of space science Read More
Oct 22, 2016
Tree-rings can tell us stories about a tree’s experiences, from its age to how many droughts it has weathered. Fabrics and textiles have personal significance and memories associated with them. Learn how to combine both at this unique workshop held at the Laboratory of Tree-Ring Research at the Read More
Oct 20, 2016
Humans are now the most transformative force on the planet, leading some to propose we have entered the Anthropocene. What kinds of images and imagination follow? Andrew Yang explores this question through artworks that delve into bird migration, the Milky Way, and more.  An associate Read More

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