May 23, 2020
The LR Collaborative will be speaking to Smith College Alums at MacLeish Field Station in Whately MA, the site of our newest project Ecotones for a panel discussion about the work with sponsors of the project from Smith College Arts Afield, The Center for Environment, Ecological Design and Sustainability (CEEDs), and the MacLeish Field Station. Site visit, hike, and participation in early phases of art process are also a part of the morning program.
Please join us for a webinar conversation with Jessica Rohde, Communication Officer, Interagency Arctic Research Policy Committee (IARPC) and Martin Jeffries, PhD, Technical Director for Cold Regions Science and Engineering to discuss the myriad ways artists can partner with scientists to interpret and materialize their climate science data and to engage in collaboration in the field.
September 24, 2019
Conversation with Yvonne Love and Gabrielle Russomagno, Ruffin Gallery, The University of Virginia, Bridging Science, Art and Community in the New Arctic, sponsored by the National Science Foundation's Navigating the New Arctic program, with additional support from UVA’s Institute for Humanities
and Global Cultures, and Center for Global Inquiry and Innovation. The UVA Environmental Resilience Institute’s Arctic CoLab is organizing the event, with assistance from the Arctic Research Consortium of the U.S. (ARCUS).
August 30 thru October 18, 2019
A Quick and Tragic Thaw, Ruffin Gallery at The University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA. Opening reception Friday August 30, 2019.
July 18-30, 2019
The Weight of Water, Cellini Gallery, Ambler, PA, Reception for artists and panel discussion on toxic water with politicians and activists 6:30 pm.
June 17, 2019
Waterlines: Confluence and Hope through Environmental Communication, A Quick and Tragic Thaw: Pop Up Exhibition, Conference on Communication and Environment, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada
A Quick and Tragic Thaw
A World of Difference by Dan Goff
Climate Conversations by Max Patten
Bridging Science, Art and Community in the New Arctic.The Polar Journal, 10:1, 195-200,
A Quick and Tragic Thaw, University of Virginia Magazine. Winter 2019.
The Weight of Water with TangenT Art
Understanding Ground water Contamination Through Art by Kyle Bagenstose
Weight of Water by Andrea Cantor
Artists Shed Light on Toxic Drinking Water by James Scipione
New Solos for Four by Libby Rossoff
Young Talents Mature Displays by Victoria Donohue
Perspectives on Excess by Brandeis Now