Artist Dennis Davis and Chantel Comardelle have partnered to bring us a multimedia exhibit showcasing the beauty of culture and the price of the climate crisis.The stunning images will introduce you to their communities and sacred traditions.
The Exhibit will run from September 9-30 at Taplin Gallery, Arts Council of Princeton, Downtown Princeton, NJ.
Fri & Sat: 10am-4pm
Saturday, September 9 | 3-5pm
Artist Talk & Film Screening:
Friday, September 22 | 4-7pm
High Meadows Environmental Institute, Program for Community Engaged Scholarship (ProCES), Princeton Department of History,Princeton Department of Anthropology, Princeton Mellon Initiative in Architecture, Urbanism & the Humanities, Fluid Futures Forum,Environmental Humanities and Social Transformation Colloquium, Lewis Center for the Arts, Native American and Indigenous StudiesInitiative at Princeton, NSF Grant #1921045: Adaptations to Repetitive Flooding: Understanding Cross-Cultural and Legal Possibilities forLong-Term Solutions to Flooding Disaster, Center for Policy Research on Energy and Environment (C-PREE)