PC: Image courtesy The Art Base
Imagine Climate brings art and science to life — even from the couch. Check out what our thoughtful partners are doing to help you keep the fires of creativity burning. And don’t miss your chance for a fresh air fix that could win you a portable solar party kit from CORE.
- The Art Base has free Art Kits To-Go on their back porch (featured in the image above).
- Aspen Words has created a list of Books to Lift Your Spirits.
- Climate Billboard artists are sharing the love. Brian Colley has creative prompts, quarantine artworks and musings on his Instagram, while Kate Howe reminds us that 10 of the world’s largest museums you be explored digitally.
- On March 17th, Carbondale Arts posted, [We have] “a great porch where things could be dropped off and picked up. The building is closed but the porch is open. There are some great coloring books for free from Staci Dickerson out there now!!!”
- AIR-INK is making the connection: “Corona virus, climate change, carbon harvesting — only a collective action and cooperation can create the change to overcome challenges.”
- Skye Gallery will be offering virtual tours and artist interviews for Tales of Water exhibition. Stay tuned here.
- Aspen Art Museum is hosting online art activities and listen-and-learn sessions.
- DJ Spooky offers COVID-inspired projects and resources by creatives like Yo-Yo Ma.
- Aspen Chapel has taken its programming online, with free meditation, yoga, spiritual services and more via Zoom.
- ACES is keeping a connection to nature open by welcoming visitors to the walking path around Hallam Lake (nature center is closed).
- Get some fresh air with a side of art by visiting the Climate Billboard Project outdoors:
- Carbondale: Brian Colley @ The Launchpad
- Basalt: Chris Erickson @ Lion’s Park
- Snowmass Village: Kelly Peters @ The Collective
BONUS: share a social post of your visit to the billboard with the hashtag #ImagineClimate and earn an entry into CORE’s drawing for a portable solar party kit valued at $1,000.