An art exhibit featuring Bay Area artists that reflects and celebrates the thesis that the earth--Gaia--in all her myriad forms, is a living system and that we human beings must become critically aware of our role in Gaia's health and safety. Guest speaker, Kim Anno, acclaimed artist and activist, will speak on "The Role of Cultural Resiliency in a Climate Challenged World," identifying art, music, and writing, as important elements of adaptation when humanity faces the reality and impact of sea level and climate change.
This venerable organization in the Sunset is currently presenting artworks on climate-change themes, by dozens of artists, mostly, but not entirely, women, curated by Kim Anno. Opening reception Sept. 13 at 5:30. The organization has been in the community for more than a century; artworks, including jewelry, ceramics and sculpture, are for sale.