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By Degrees: Art and our Changing Ecology / Huntington Beach Art Center

By Degrees: Art and our Changing Ecology

Curated by Luciana Abait & Lawrence Gipe

The Huntington Beach Art Center

April 15 - June 10, 2023

Discover the profound connection between art and our changing environment at the Huntington Beach Art Center's "By Degrees: Art and our Changing Ecology" exhibition. From April 15 to June 10, 2023, immerse yourself in a diverse collection of thought-provoking artworks that raise awareness of ecological change. Curated by Luciana Abait and Lawrence Gipe, this captivating showcase features artists from around the world who explore critical environmental themes.

Through their unique perspectives, these artistic voices respond to pressing issues such as global warming and the climate crisis. By offering their unique perspective, they shed light on the severity and scale of our changing ecology. From conventional to unconventional materials, each artwork tells a compelling story, contributing to the dialogue on environmental awareness.

Exhibiting artists: Jamie F. Adams, Lane Barden, Hailey Barnard, Michael Biagiotti, Marka Burns, Federica Campagnari, Marcelo Chechik, Karina Chechik, Beth Davila Waldman, Jeff Frost, Yrneh Gabon, Patti Handfinger, Nung-Hsin Hu, Marilyn Jonas, Işık Kaya & Thomas Gerog Blank, Dan Kee, Victoria Kokanour, Diane Lamboley, Margaret Lazzari, Cody Lusby, Lucinda Luvaas, Constance Mallinson, Aline Mare, Jonathan Marquis, Ryan McIntosh, Liz Miller Kovacs, Carolina Montejo, Stephanie Morton-Millstein, Elaine Pike, Ray Powers, Vojislav Radovanovic, Osceola Refetoff, Kenneth Renk, Jozane Resende, Michelle Robinson, Marie Thibeault, Reed van Brunschot, Maureen Vastardis, Melissa Wang, Robin Ward, Ruiqi Xu, and CC Young.

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