UPCOMING EVENTS

Ripple Effects: The Adoration of Earth

an educationally-driven art exhibition by Dena Hawes and David J Emerson Young

October 11—20, 2022

505 Theatre Gallery, downtown Bloomington, IN

Sterling, Brass and Copper Geode Necklace

Ripple Effects: The Adoration of Earth

The Arts & the Science of Climate Change

The Arts & Science of Climate Change

Saturday, October 15, 2022, 3pm – 4:30pm

Interactive Educational Youth Workshop

Interactive Educational Youth Workshops with a Local Focus

Wednesday, October 12, from 3:30- 4:45pm
Wednesday, October 19, from 3:30- 4:45pm

Ripple Effects: The Adoration of Earth

Ripple Effects: The Adoration of Earth

October 11 through 20, 2022

PAST EVENTS

The Global Warming Series: A Collaboration

an educationally-driven art exhibition by Dena Hawes and David J Emerson Young
Studio Kroner Exhibition Openings

The Global Warming Series: 

A painting exhibition by David J. Emerson Young

Featured Videos

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"Compassionate Reasoning" video
with Dr. Marc and Christel Gopin (22-minutes)

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WTIU/PBS Journey Indiana/Global Warming Series documentary
paintings and interview with David J Emerson Young, Dr. Marc }
and Christel Gopin and Dr. Bennett Brabson

Featured Photos

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5 Lectures on the Psychology and Science of Global Warming 1 hr 45 minutes each

Category 1. 1.Main image of the painting exhibition

“Global Warming Series”
painting exhibition images

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“Global Warming Series”
artwork by artist David J Emerson Young

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Exhibition Brochure
includes descriptions of each of the lectures and youth workshops

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Artist Statement
by David J Emerson Young

Village Flood, 2018, 63 1_2_ wide x 45_ tall, acrylic on linen canvas

The Global Warming Series is a partnership between the FAR Center for Contemporary Arts and Heartland Community Reconciliation Center, and is made possible through in-kind and financial support of these two nonprofit organizations and the Brabson Library and Educational Foundation and the Bloomington Urban Enterprise Association, as well as in-kind support from the Bloomington Arts Commission, the City of Bloomington Utilities Department,  and WonderLab.

Methane From Landfills, 2018, 63 1_2_ wide x 45_ tall, acrylic on linen canvas
partners