Panel discussion on art and ecology, and the question of what role art can play in the cultural transformations necessary to survive in the world. Panelists are Frank Tysen, teacher at University of Southern California at the Air Pollution Control Institute and the program in Urban and Regional Planning; Lee Chesney, Associate Dean of Fine Arts at USC, artist, painter and printmaker; Craig Hodgetts, Associate Dean of Design at California Institute of the Arts; Claire Falkenstein, sculptor and painter; Elaine Amsterdam Farley, painter, lecturer and director of Pepperdine College's Malibu Art Center; and Judy Ouyang, art columnist for the Santa Monica Evening Outlook and organizer of the panel. discuss art and ecology. Moderated by Clare (Loeb) Spark.
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