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Herb Tam lecture online!

For anyone that missed art curator Herb Tam’s visit to campus to discuss the relationships between object/individual and landscape, you can now check him out online on the Environmental Studies Program’s Vimeo page: http://vimeo.com/32589538  

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The Industrial Sublime: Photographic works by Edward Burtynsky

Recently, I was lucky enough to go to an exhibit by Canadian-turned-Vermont photographer Edward Burtynsky entitled “Oil” (“Pétrole”) at the Musée McCoord in Montreal. The exhibit consisted of a series of photographs tracking the life cycle of the petroleum industry, … Continue reading

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Green Design–Deborah Gans

A few weeks ago, architect Deborah Gans of the Gans Studio in New York, presented at the Environmental Studies Colloquium/Visual Arts Lecture Series on her work in “Extreme Sites” in the past several years, including brownfield redevelopment and sustainable refugee … Continue reading

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