Women Eco Artists Dialog wrote -
“EARTH” without “ART” is just “E...H”!
Our current planetary challenges call for more women environmental and social justice artists sharing their unique perspectives!
Please click the DONATE button to support the growth of our worldwide network of women artists focused on ecological issues, weaving science and art together to bring change and renewed hope.
Your money will help us to:
~sponsor memberships for women creating eco art in under-represented countries throughout the world
~mount our first online exhibition addressing Women, Technology, & Environment
~upgrade our website to provide greater accessibility and improved features
~archive our collection of documents (since our founding in 1996) detailing the history of the women’s eco art movement
as well as continuing our ongoing programs:
~WEAD’s website directory of over 440 artists offers everyone, including curators, educators, scientists, and students, access to incisive artworks addressing ecological and social justice issues
~WEAD’s online magazine highlights worthy projects across the globe and enables women eco artists to share perspectives and approaches
~WEAD’s annual curated exhibition invites women eco artists to display artworks related to timely and far-reaching issues
Thank you for recognizing the power of art to stimulate inquiry, engagement and action!
Image credit: copyright Mary O’Brien
Image is of remedial environmental art: Flood Plain Wall on the Carson River, Minden, NV 2015, by Mary O'Brien and Daniel McCormick of Watershed Sculpture.
See Mary O’Brien’s article “What’s Science Got to Do With It?” in our latest online magazine at https://directory.weadartists.org/magazine