ANTHROPOCENE – A Group Exhibition
Safe Harbors Ann Street Gallery will present a timely exhibition, ANTHROPOCENE with a reception on Saturday, February 24, from 6:30 p.m. – 8:30 p.m. This event is free and open to the public.
The human species influence on the planet is presently so profound, scientists have coined our period in the Earth’s timeline the Anthropocene – the age of humans. It is a crisis of unimaginable consequences and the effect on global ecosystems is arguably one of our greatest collective challenges.
Our newest exhibition ANTHROPOCENE, will explore the impact of the changing climate and its devastating results on our environment, while acknowledging that humans are the dominant force of this global catastrophe and the Earth’s current transformation.
Inspired by a variety of ecological disasters, the works featured in the exhibition are the creative response of 24 artists working in variety of disciplines. In visually compelling ways, these artists are utilizing their art as a powerful vehicle to impact the viewer and raise awareness of the wide-ranging issues related to anthropogenic climate change: flooding, tropical storms, droughts, desertification, vanishing species and human pollution.
Climate change is now a global phenomenon that can no longer be ignored. Hopefully, within this gallery setting, visitors will take the opportunity to contemplate some of these urgent issues; humanity’s collective impact on the planet and to think differently about their own behaviors and relationship to the environment.
Featured artists: Darcie Abbatiello, Michael Asbill, Brigitte Amarger, Caitlin Cass, Reenie Charriere, Mariah Conner, Janet Culbertson, Michael Fischerkeller, Susan Fishman, Melissa Fleming, Stephanie Garon, Helen Glazer, Eloisa Guanlao, Colleen Keough, Dakotah Konicek, Jonathan Barry Marquis, Gregory Martin, Daniel W. Miller, Sarah Misra, Itty Neuhaus, Maye Osborne, Elaine Quave, Jamie Rodriguez, John Shlichta, Gianna Stewart, and Uros Weinberger.
The gallery is located at 104 Ann Street in Newburgh, and hours are:
Monday through Thursday 9 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. and – 1:30 – 4 p.m.
Friday through Saturday 11 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Newburgh Last Saturday until 8 p.m.
For more information regarding ANTHROPOCENE or the Ann Street Gallery, contact Virginia Walsh, Director at (845) 784-1146, firstname.lastname@example.org
The exhibition was curated by Virginia Walsh and will be on view through Saturday, April 7, 2018.