Bill Fox, the director of the Center for Art + Environment at the Nevada Museum of Art, will discuss the rise of environmental art since the 1790s and his center's role in promoting it. The Center for Art + Environment at the Museum is the only research institute in the world devoted to the topic, and collects works from all seven continents that reflect how humans have creative interactions with natural, built, and virtual environments. His talk will showcase works by contemporary artists and their role in creating a culture of sustainability.
Time: 7 pm social; 7:30pm program
605 Washington Street, Reno
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