At the Noyes Museum of Art of Stockton University
Thursday, September 10
6:30 – 7:30 pm
Regular admission; Members – Free
FREE for Stockton Students, Faculty and Staff
Five distinguished panelists will discuss climate change. Organized by artist Laura Petrovich-Cheney and featuring artist Diane Burko as moderator. The catalyst for the discussion is the Noyes Museum’s exhibition Frozen Earth: Images from the Arctic Circle.
Featuring the works of several artists from a fall 2013 Arctic Circle expedition, Frozen Earth offers a glimpse into how the changing environment of the northern extremes of our planet inspired artists to explore central issues of our time. The intent is to expand the dialogue on climate change and to create impactful conversations that not only include the art community, but the science and literary communities as well.
Michael Lemonick, covered science and the environment for TIME magazine for nearly 21 years, where he wrote more than 50 cover stories, and has also written for Discover, Scientific American, Wired, New Scientist, The Washington Post and National Geographic.
Dr. Jeff Niemitz, Professor of Earth Sciences at Dickinson College, has been the president of the National Association of Geoscience Teachers and is a Fellow of the Geological Society of America.
Andrew Revkin has covered science and the environment for 30 years in newspapers, magazines, books, documentaries and in his New York Times blog, Dot Earth, winning the country’s top science journalism awards multiple times. He was a staff reporter at The Times from 1995 to 2009. He has written acclaimed books on global warming, the changing Arctic and the fight to save the Amazon rain forest.
Amy Lipton began her career as a gallerist in New York City from 1986-1995. She is the co-founder of Eco Art Space, which is one of the leading international organizations in a growing community of artists, scientists, curators, writers, nonprofits and businesses who are developing creative and innovative strategies to address our global environmental issues.
Aaron T. O’Connor is the founding director of The Arctic Circle expeditionary residency program. This unique residency takes place aboard a specially outfitted, century old sailing vessel in the High Arctic.