Clemson University

Natural History/Critical Condition Art Exhibition

"Natural History/Critical Condition" is a visual compendium of cautionary reflection. The artists included in the portfolio, present a reflection on the natural environment that unveils a growing list of environmental concerns facing humanity. The exhibition points to disruptions in our environment such as ocean acidification, global warming, declines of critical food chains species, melting glaciers, animal extinctions, plastic detritus, and deforestation. "Natural History/Critical Condition" questions are capacity and willingness to address the changes taking place us and muses on our ability to reconcile the destruction humanity is causing around the globe. It encourages the viewer to take action before conditions progress beyond our ability to take meaningful action.

 

Participating artists include: Lynne Allen, Dale Clifford, Carmon Colangelo and Ashley Colangelo, Syd Cross, Georgia Deal, Maggie Denk, Bill Fisher, Diane Fox, Adele Henderson, Pat Hunsinger, Anita Jung, Cima Katz, Kumi Korf, Robert Lazuka, Pam Longobardi, Angela Oates, Dennis O’Neil, Cynthia Osborne, Andy Rubin, Joe Sanders, Jewel Shaw, Aaron Wilson, and Anderson Wrangle.

 

Organized by Sydney A. Cross, Sponsored by the Department of Art, Lee Gallery & Clemson Advancement Foundation at Clemson University.

Monday, August 15 at 8:00am to 4:30pm

More dates through October 10, 2022

Sikes Hall Gallery, Ground Floor 101 Calhoun Drive

Notice of Non-Discrimination

Event Type

Arts/Entertainment, Exhibits, General, CVA, Lee Gallery

Target Audience

General Public, Students, Faculty, Staff, Alumni, Parents/Guests, Undergraduate, Graduate, All Audiences, Postdocs

Departments

College of Architecture, Arts and Humanities, Art, Centers and Institutes, Center for Visual Arts - CVA

Website

http://www.clemson.edu/cva

Hashtag

#clemsonvisualarts

Contact Name:

Denise Woodward-Detrich

Contact Phone:

864-656-3881

Contact Email:

woodwaw@clemson.edu

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