I’m excited to announce my new interview with The New York Foundation for the Arts (NYFA), fresh off the (digital) presses! “The Blued Trees Symphony” is Fiscally Sponsored through NYFA. I’m a proud recipient of a 2016 NYSCA/NYFA Artist Fellowship in Architecture/Environmental Structures/Design. Click here to read the full interview.
If you are interested in purchasing Art, Theory and Practice in the Anthropoceneedited by Julie Reiss which includes the essay, “Blued trees as policy: art, law, science and the Anthropocene,” there is a 12% discount code FLYPR12 when you order online!
Please check out the link below for upcoming events:
Feverish World Symposium, EcoCulture Lab
When: October 22, 2018
Where: Burlington, VT
Excerpts from Aviva Rahmani’s work-in-progress book on developing and applying trigger point theory and the evolving Blued Trees Symphony opera are uploaded each month for subscribers at https://d.rip/aviva please join!
Top Image: “Blued Trees Stands for Environmental Justice” photograph by Joel Greenberg, August 30, 2018
Blued Trees is a division of Gulf to Gulf, a project fiscally sponsored by NYFA (New York Foundation for the Arts), a 501©3, tax exempt organization founded in 1971 to work with the arts community throughout New York State to develop and facilitate programs in all disciplines. NYFA will receive grants on behalf of the project and ensure the use of grant funds in accordance with the grant agreements as well as provide program or financial reports as required. Any donations made to the project through NYFA are tax deductible!