The Department of Art + Design is pleased to present an exhibition that examines some of the ways artists respond to nature in their work. Many artists today look at nature through the eyes of climate change, toxic pollution or over-development. Still others engage art historically, operating out of a landscape painting tradition. This exhibition brings together installation, video, photography, painting and sculpture to examine the myriad ways that artists interact with nature. Artists whose works will be on display this exhibition include: Anne Appleby, Vaughn Bell, Susan Benercik, Randy Bolton, Ann Chahbandour, Caitlin Cunningham, Annette Davidek, Adam Davies, Madeleine Dietz, Laurie Hogin, Guy Loraine, Rachel Rotenberg, Bill Scott, Kate Stewart, Ted Walsh and Ben Whitehouse.
In conjunction with the exhibition, there will be a symposium on April 5 and 6 that brings together scientists from Towson Universitys Graduate Environmental Studies Program and the Department of Biology with artists of the exhibition, along with TU art history faculty members who publish on related topics.
Opening Reception: Thursday, February 7, 7:30 9 p.m.
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