How do you experience climate change where you are from? What images come to mind when you consider the affects of climate change?
Drawing is a powerful tool for expressing the nature of climate change in our lives. In a series of live drawers, participatory drawing and commissioned work from around the globe. The Drawing Project offers all participants the opportunity to ‘draw’ from their personal experience of climate change and share their work in exhibition in the space.
On going open drawing activity all night. Live drawing projections by artists Valerie Jenkins 9:00PM, Cleo Malone & Forrest Wasko 10:45PM, Heather Peebles 12:30AM, Rebecca Loyche 2:15AM, Jade Townsend 4:00AM.
Come draw with us and participate in Northern Spark 2016. No experience necessary. All materials provided. Join us anytime throughout the nite – we will be there!
Find us in the Train Shed of the Mill City Museum beside the Mill City Ruins. Map for Mill City art events.
LOCATION + NORTHERN SPARK DETAILS: http://2016.northernspark.org/projects/leaveyourtrace/
Images from Tracing your Climate: The Drawing Project at Northern Spark 2016.