Broto 2020 Conference: 

Time Sensitive

Broto: Art-Climate-Science is a free 7-session conference of international experts in multidisciplinary fields including art, science, sustainability, philosophy, business, and advocacy. 
May 16-17, 2020

Donations appreciated.

Curator Molly Ruppert selected the work of

Jessica Beels, Robin Bell, Julia Bloom, Gloria Chapa,

Pat Goslee, Liz Lescault, Glenn Richardson and

Erwin Timmers for the first in a short series of exhibitions focused on the climate crisis facing our world.

January 2 – January 25, 2020

Studio Gallery

This 2019 summer exhibition was a followed-up to

Michele Banks and her DC Commission on the Arts & Humanities Sister Cities grant to Paris.

With her grant funding, Michele was able to go to Paris and meet Virginie Courtier-Orgogozo, PhD  where she collaborated with the research lab to make art about evolutionary biology. Later Michele invited Virginie to come to DC and participate in an educational and creative workshop featuring Arnaud Martin
who is actively using CRISPR technology to edit butterfly genomes. The workshop was held at the studio of Jessica Beels and all of the women in this exhibition participated in the workshop.

Art of the South 2019

Presented by Number: Inc. An Independent Journal of the Visuals Arts at Memphis College of Art from

May 28 — July 14, 2019.