Nina Elder, Philip C. Curtis Artist in Residence, will host an artist talk at 2:15 p.m., Wednesday, Feb. 22. Please join us in the Bobbitt auditorium for this free event.
Artist and researcher Nina Elder creates projects that reveal humanity’s dependence on, and interruption of, the natural world. With a focus on changing cultures and ecologies, Nina advocates for collaboration, fostering relationships between institutions, artists, scientists and diverse communities. She co-founded the Wheelhouse Institute, a women’s climate leadership initiative. Nina lectures as a visiting artist/scholar at universities, develops publicly engaged programs and consults with organizations that seek to grow through interdisciplinary programming.
To see more of Nina’s work, please visit her website: