Daniella

Exhibition in New York

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New York – November 2 to December 15, 2011

FIELDNOTES FROM THE GOWANUS is a visual research exhibition led by The Canary Project commissioned by the Sheila C. Johnson Design Center. It takes place from November 2 to December 15, 2011 and features the work of Aron Louis Cohen, Daniella Garcia Rosales, Mare Liberum (Ben Cohen, Dylan Gauthier, Stephan von Muehlen), Curtis Hamilton, Bland Hoke, Christine Sandoval Howard, Hannah Kramm, Camilo Leyva, Simonetta Moro, Sayler / Morris (The Canary Project) with Evan Paschke, Rebecca Volinsky and Louis Wright.

Part of the public programs in conjunction with the exhibition U-n-f-o-l-d: A Cultural Response to Climate Change.

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WCA Elements: Eco Art Conference page @ Brower Center

On Friday, June 25th, there are three panels arranged to flow in series, on after another and they are Genre's of Eco-Art, Collaboration and Community and in the afternoon, Issues and Activism

Genres of Eco-Art: Moderator, Deborah Thomas with  Susan Leibovitz Steinman and Ruth Wallen as panelists.

Collaboration and Community: Moderator Susan Leibovitz Steinman with  Joyce Cutler-Shaw, Jennifer Colby, Deborah Munk and Tierney Thys as panelists.

Issues and Activism: Moderator, Michelle Lipsinki with Andree Singer Thompson, Beverly Naidus, Daniella Russo and  Samantha Fields as panelists.

There are also short films being shown in a separate room, during these panels and through the breaks.

You can spend your day in either place, or mingling with the other attendees. At your hosted luncheon the panelists will have tables earmarked for conversation topics, relevant to the work of the panelist.

Entrance fee for the entire conference is $90 in advance and $125 at the door. Conference schedule is at the bottom of this page.

Elements Conference schedule on June 25th, 2010 at the David Brower Center, 2150 Allston Way, Berkeley, CA 94704

WCA Elements: Eco Art Conference page @ Brower Center.