EVENT- Chautauqua Exhibit at UNCG

I was recently invited to participate in the Chautauqua Exhibit at UNCG, my art being tied into the environment and the Native American love of nature. The Chautauqua is part of a think tank of undergraduate students at UNCG devoted to solutions relating to environmental wellness. I exhibited 10 environmentally themed pieces for the 2-day event.

Spring 2014 Chautauqua at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro

Celebrating the Centennial of Thomas Berry’s Birth

Presented by the 2013-2014 UNCG Think Tank Class: Ecologically SANE

Luminaries included:

Stuart Pimm, Duke University

John Grim, Yale University

Jean Beasley, Executive Director of the Karen Beasley Sea Turtle Rescue and
Rehabilitation Center, and Hero of the Planet and Ocean
http://www.seaturtlehospital.org/

David Orr, Oberlin College

UNCG Students of the Think Tank Class Ecologically SANE

 Journey of the Universe/Journey of the University or What’s an Education For?

Alyssa Hinton's Art at UNCG- Reimagining Undergraduate Education- Panel Discussion Discussion

Art exhibit at UNCG- Reimagining Undergraduate Education- Panel Discussion Discussion

UNCG-Undergrad-Ecology-Projects

UNCG Undergrad Ecology Projects with Lacey and Aerin Benevides (right), Art Collector and Graduate Assistant
Department of Teacher Education and Higher Education, UNCG

 

Jean Beasley, Alyssa Hinton & Sandy Sly

Alyssa Hinton with Sandy Sly and Jean Beasley, Executive Director of the Karen Beasley Sea Turtle Rescue and Rehabilitation Center

TurtleVeVe

“Turtle VeVe”

Seein'-Seed Sower

“Seein’-Seed Sower”

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