April 22nd marks the 46th anniversary of Earth Day. But every day, Bay Area artists create work that calls attention to our most urgent ecological challenges: a photo series depicting vanishing Antarctic glaciers; plastic debris from a Point Reyes beach transformed into colorful sculpture; a series of murals tracing the migratory path of endangered Sierra Nevada bighorn sheep. In this segment, we'll examine the history of environmental art and talk to local artists focusing on issues like climate change, marine pollution, and species extinction.
- More: Judith Selby Lang's website
- More: Jane Kim's website
- More: Camille Seaman's website
- More: Center for Art + Environment at the Nevada Museum of Art
- More: "Vanishing Ice" Makes Beautiful Bid For Action on Climate Change (KQED Arts)
- More: How Two Santa Cruz Artists Changed the Course of Environmental History (KQED Arts)