Diane Burko presents her lecture Journey to the Subversive Edge: From a Landscape Painter to an Environmental Artist/Activist. Burko’s practice is at the intersection of art, science, and the environment; she captures the impact of climate change on glaciers and coral reefs. Her lecture will review her evolution from landscape painter to landscape activist, and she will discuss her expeditions to the world’s polar regions and oceans, along with her collaboration with scientists. Bearing witness is integral to her practice.
Presented by the Department of Art + Design, Art History, Art Education and the Baltimore Hebrew Institute at Towson University.
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Thursday, March 25, 2021 at 6:30pmVirtual Event
Arts & Culture, A&C-Free Events, A&C-Art, A&C-Lectures&Debates
Academic Affairs, Art (Department of), Fine Arts & Communication (College of)
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