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“Great, thought-provoking, sacred, inspiring exhibit”
Third Coast Disrupted premiered at the Glass Curtain Gallery - Columbia College Chicago, September 8, 2020, through February 19, 2021. The show has taken on new form – with new versions of some of the artworks – at the historic Brushwood Center at Ryerson Woods, on view through August 22.
See some art! Take a hike! Be inspired!
Third Coast Disrupted:
Artists + Scientists on Climate
May 7, 2021– August 22, 2021
Current hours: Wed., 10 am - 3 pm; Sun. 12 - 3 pm; or by appointment
An exhibition of newly commissioned artworks culminating a yearlong conversation between artists and scientists centered on climate change impacts and solutions in the Chicago region.
Through science-inspired sculpture, painting, collage and installation, the artworks examine local impacts – happening here and now – ranging from extreme heat to flooding to habitat loss, and more. They also shine light on local solutions underway, like backyard habitat restoration and nature-based approaches to slowing stormwater. Some imagine future possibilities.
The works weave together a story – from the intensely personal to the observational, and from a cellular to grand scale – of what is happening and what is possible in our region.