Share ways in which artists can make their practices and studios more eco-friendly! This accessible resource, for all artists, across media, will provide adoptable ideas for improving the eco-footprint of art making.
Craft in America is pleased to announce the development of an online Artist Studio EcoGuide. The launch of this vital project presents an opportunity for artists and the public to weigh in and generate a blueprint that can make an impact.
The first of its kind, the EcoGuide will be a crowdsourced resource that enlists the involvement of the Craft community and artists more broadly in the fight against climate change. As innovative thinkers, artists are uniquely positioned to lead by example, inspiring us to take concrete action in our daily lives. The EcoGuide is a much needed tool that will offer pragmatic and meaningful solutions.
The Artist Studio EcoGuide is being generated in conjunction with the Craft in America Center’s current exhibition Making Waves: Ocean Ecology & Craft, which celebrates our oceans and sheds light on the vast effects of climate change. The EcoGuide will be initiated with sustainable tips from the eleven exhibiting artists.
Artists, as well as the general public, are invited to share ways in which artists can make their practices and studios more eco-friendly. These ideas will be collected and compiled into the EcoGuide, and made available in perpetuity on craftinamerica.org. Tips and suggestions can be sent through:
Online survey: https://forms.gle/RJv7xcndbZZ7…
Social media via comments: @craftinamerica
Or by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org