The History of Environmental Art
The Environmental Art movement began in the 1960s and early 70s as a way to appreciate nature. Over time, it has become a way for artists to address the endangering of ecosystems. Join Dr. Wickre as she highlights some important works of art in the Environmental Art movement that have been intended to evoke change in the ways in which we understand and interact with our surroundings.
Fee: Included with admission
Instructor: Dr. Billie Wickre, Professor of Art History, Albion College