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Collaborative Chaos:Climate Change as seen through the eyes of Taosenos

 

This is a first time and unusual event and a great opportunity to witnesses art speaking and learn more about climate change. You will also have an opportunity to bid on an eco-friendly toy Tesla car.

It is planned over the course of 4 days – Monday to Thursday (Dec 11-14).

Monday and Tuesday (Dec 11 &12)
1. 5-7 pm – Visit artists in action as they create works of art expressing their views on Climate Change.
2. 5-7 pm – Express your views on Community Art Wall
3. 7 pm – “Bugs the Film”. This is an award winning film that features insects as food. A hot topic over the past few years, particularly since the UN recommended edible insects as a resource to combat world hunger. Regular admission.
Wednesday (Dec 13)
1. 5-7 pm – Visit artists in action as they create works of art expressing their views on Climate Change.
2. 5-7 pm – Express your views on Community Art Wall
3. 5-7 pm – Taos Vegan Society – come and enjoy tasty vegan food samples
4. 7 pm – Movie Minutes – Community One Minute Videos on Climate Change. FREE
5. 8 pm - Movie Minutes – Community One Minute Videos on Climate Change. FREE
Thursday (Dec 14) – 3-6pm
1. 3 pm – Climate talk by William Brown, titled “Our Thin Blue Line: Taoseños and Earth’s Blanket. William will share selected iconic, beautiful, and thought provoking images of our climate crisis and its solutions, woven together with a Taos area and USA Southwest perspective.
2. 3:30 to – 5:45 – Artist Talks
3. 5:45 – Performance Piece by Mimi Chen Ting
Visual Artists include: Anita Rodriquez, Juanita Lavadie, Enrico Trujillo, Maye Tores, Margery Reading, Tom Azzari, Gary Ferguson, Sarah Hart, Theresa Gray, Gary Cook, Sabine Core and students from Moreno Valley High School, Taos Day School, and Taos Charter School. Phaera Field a senior student from Moreno Valley High will feature her painted Suburban SUV with images that speak to the environment in front of the Community Auditorium on Thursday, December 14th.

Video Artists include: Students from Anansi Day School, Moreno Valley High School, Taos Day School and many individual community members.

 

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