The Community Office for Resource Efficiency (CORE) and Anderson Ranch Arts Center co-present Imagine Climate: artists on climate change, an exhibition featuring regional, national and international artists that will take place at Anderson Ranch Arts Center, with a satellite show at The Collective at Snowmass Base Village, in Snowmass, CO through April 1. The invitational group exhibition is a creative collaboration at the intersection of art and science. Â It brings together two nonprofits and nine artists who visualize and give voice to what many call the most pressing issue of our time. The show is co-curated by Brian Shure of Anderson Ranch Arts Center and local artist Lara Whitley of CORE.
The opening reception will be held from 5 to 7PM on Tuesday, March 5. Refreshments will be served.
The exhibition is a centerpiece of CORE’s 25th anniversary kickoff, Imagine Climate, a month-long celebration of climate art and technology. From March 4 through April 1, leading artists, technologists and climate scientists will offer creative perspectives and solutions to the climate crisis through a program of events by the valley environmental nonprofit that helps locals save energy and cut carbon emissions.