Tag Archives: PEW charitable trusts
By Lillian Ball There is an innovative category of artist that confirms the many ways art can do more than mirror the state of our culture, or current events. These artists are committed to working in ways that actually change… Continue reading
Category Uncategorized Tags 20 chase manhattan, advisory board, art and the environment, ball, betsy damon, bioremediation, chase bank, church of stop shopping, damon, dr. wendelin weingartner, eco art, effective art, environmental art, environmental art blog, environmental art project, environmental education, fernando garcia dory, green infrastructure, gustave speth, lillian, lillian ball, mangrove media, mathias kessler, mountaintop removal financing, native habitat restoration, PEW charitable trusts, PEW philadelphia exhibition initiative, plant stress, reverend billy, sacred water sources, SCEE, schuylkill center, schuylkill center for environmental education, sustainability, the schuylkill center, tibetan communities
Hear from Our Team!
Now it’s time to hear from our team ! Here they are, discussing our planning project, the art program’s goals, and what makes The Schuylkill Center unique. Our Advisory team is collectively committed to progressive collaboration in art and science,… Continue reading
Discussion Leave a comment Category Uncategorized Tags advisory board, amy lipton, art and the environment, environmental art, environmental art blog, environmental art project, environmental education, francis whitehead, jenny laden, jenny sabin, lillian ball, mangrove media, PEW charitable trusts, PEW philadelphia exhibition initiative, sam bower, SCEE, schuylkill center, schuylkill center for environmental education, stacy levy, stormwater runoff, the schuylkill center, video