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Art Shows For Climate Action At Le Bateau Ivre

Saturday, 17 Apr 2021 @ 2:00 PM Past Event
Art Shows for Climate Action at Le Bateau Ivre
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Earth Action Initiative and MUSA present a series of Art Shows centered around the idea that art helps comprehend climate change and inspire action to combat it.

For the month of April, four small business venues around Berkeley will be housing art by local artists focused on the theme Wildlife. Stop by and visit the spaces in support of local businesses, artists and climate action!

Art is up for the month April (April 1st to April 30th).

On each Saturday, a selection of artists featured in each venue will be there to greet you and showcase prints and available works.

Meet the Artists:

Location: Way Station Brew april 3 (12-3 pm)

Artists: Wesley Haack, Rossella Scapini

Location: Nuttin' Butter cookies april 10 (3-5 pm)

Artists: Marisol Navarro, Entropy, Belinda Chlouber

Location: Le Bateau Ivre april 17 (2-5 pm)

Artist: Brooke Mathews

Film Screening and Roundtable Discussion: Greg Grano / Growth: Seed Phase

Location: Victory Point Cafe april 24 (1-4 pm)

Artists: Lydia Boike, Carol Denney, Derek Popple

Performance: Bad Dog Jump

Featured artists:

At Way Station Brew, Wesley Haack, Jason Sobottka, Dyanna Dimick, Priyanka Badlani, Mitzie Yamamoto, and Rossella Scapini.

At Nuttin Butter Cookies, Marisol Navarro, The Entropy, Judy Chia Hui Hsu, Carol Brent Levin, and Belinda Choubler.

At Le Bateau Ivre, Sherri Gamble, Aunde Cornely, Brooke Mathews, Carolyn Crampton, and Anahid.

At Victory Point Cafe, Nina Sokolov, Lydia Boike, Carol Denney, Derek Popple, Aimee Cortez, and Bunny California.

This year's art show centers on the theme "Wildlife." We seek to celebrate a positive aspect of the pandemic, as seen in the return of wildlife to urban areas and the recovery of many burdened ecosystems, as humans sheltered in place.

The focus of Earth Action Initiative is direct action. We conceived the art show as an opportunity to raise funds for mini action grants, which are awarded in our local community through a proposal process led by the EAI Organizing Committee.

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