Visualizing Climate Disruption
Local artists are showcasing their work in a new, free exhibition that’s now on display. The Cultural Council for Palm Beach County curated the works, with the exhibit titled “Visualizing Climate Disruption.” It is on display at Manatee Lagoon – An FPL Eco-Discovery Center® through July 5, 2023, during regular business hours of the facility from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tuesdays through Sundays.
The public is invited to come see the variety of works, which include marine life acrylics, mosaic tilework in the shape of a sea turtle shell, a surfboard painted in vivid colors and other creative pieces.
In addition to the art exhibition, the Cultural Council is hosting a free “Art Talk at Manatee Lagoon” on Saturday, June 24, 2023 at 2 p.m. EST. To attend this free event, please RSVP online by clicking here.
More information about the art exhibit is below, provided by the Cultural Council:
Palm Beach County artists are uniquely positioned to observe the effects of climate disruption, as Florida is on the front lines of sea level rise, climbing temperatures, catastrophic storms, devastation of coral reefs, and disappearing seagrasses.
This exhibition will explore the effects of climate disruption and engage audiences in considering topics such as endangered species, shrinking habitats, pollution, and coastal resiliency.
- Ilene Adams
- Tiffany Beasi
- Enid Blechman
- Anthony Burks
- Frederick Croen
- Andrea Facusse
- Eileen Lyons
- Ellen Negley
- Carol-Ann Salley
- Faith Schwack
- Christopher Warren