Climate Action Through Art
May 11, 7-9 PM
Traditions Fair Trade Cafe
300 5th Ave SW, Olympia, WA 98501
Carrie Ziegler, Earth Art has joined forces with Thurston Climate Action Team (TCAT), and several environmental organizations to create a multi-faceted, collaborative Art and Action Project. This Art and Action Project is a powerful strategy we will use to address climate change issues in our community.
Presented by Carrie Ziegler and TCAT, this forum will include:
- A presentation on how art can be used to inspire change in our communities.
- Information on the current status of the Climate Art and Action Project.
- A project design workshop. Carrie will facilitate this workshop, guiding us through the design process. We want to hear your ideas on how to develop and implement this project!
Of all of the places I could really move into action, why climate change? This is a question that I find somewhat difficult to answer as there are so many elements involved. Let’s see if I can break it down.
It’s an opportunity for me to learn.
Continue reading “Moving from the Center and into Action: Part 3”
Sometimes, when finding my center, I imagine myself in the radiant center of a flower, with the petals representing all of the different aspects of myself that I move in and out of all day long. Other times, it’s more like a hurricane. Continue reading “Moving from the Center and into Action: Part 2”
Note: I wrote this piece a few weeks ago, then life happened. It’s the first in a 3-part series.
I had this breakthrough the other day. It’s such a small thing, but sometimes these small things feel HUGE. Continue reading “Moving from the Center and into Action: Part 1”
I heard myself say these words the other day: “I’m really enjoying the uncertainty in the direction of my creative business right now.” Whoa, where did that come from?! In the past, uncertainty has been a very uncomfortable place for me. Uncomfortable and sometimes terrifying!
I think it has to do with not running away. Continue reading “The Joy of Uncertainty???”
Painting is all about letting go. I think that’s why it’s sometimes so hard for me to pick up the brush. The blank canvas can be very intimidating. What am I going to paint? What if it’s not good enough? For me, it’s almost more intimidating to work on a painting in progress. Continue reading “To allow what could be”
Did I mention that we had a baby? Seren Alma is almost 5 months old and I am so so so in love! Seren means Star and is pronounced like serenity, and Alma means Soul. She definitely has the Soul of a Star.
Continue reading “Did I mention…”
It’s like when you’re driving across an open landscape and there is… something on the horizon, but you just can’t tell what it is yet, and the only way to find out is to keep heading in the same direction. Continue reading “There is something big on the horizon”
Hello Dear Friends!
I am so excited to share with you a new, organic shift in my art business. In effect, I’m not entirely certain where this will take me, but it is time to set sail in a new direction, allowing myself and my business to unfold and evolve along the way. To that end, I am embarking on a journey Continue reading “An Invitation”
This spring, I partnered with LOTT Clean Water Alliance to create an engaging and educational art piece about water for the WET Science Center. I teamed up with LOTT and more than 1,200 Thurston County students and adults to create the new piece titled “One Water – The Infinite Journey” that debuted as part of Spring Arts Walk on April 22 at LOTT’s WET Science Center. The result of this project is not just an art installation; it is a story of water. Continue reading “One Water: The Infinite Journey”