Earth Works Viewing & Discussion

Come visit the Norton Museum of Art in West Palm Beach with friends, and participate in a viewing of Earth Works: Mapping the Anthropocene. On Sunday, October 8th the artist, Justin Brice Guariglia, and curator, Tim B. Wride, will be present to present and discuss the work personally. This acclaimed exhibition “depicts how humans are directly and indirectly impacting the planet” at the present. This new geologic age we’ve living through considers “humans’ permanent mark on the entire planet, from the far reaches of the atmosphere to the lowest depths of the ocean.”

Afterward, join us to discuss aspects of the work, its societal impact, and what effects it could have on the struggle against global climate change. This timely discussion, considering natural disasters such as Hurricanes Harvey, Irma, and Maria, will be led by our very own art historian and climate action art event organizer, Mary Jo Aagerstoun, at Subculture Coffee on Clematis Rd.

Make sure to arrive at the museum BEFORE 3:00 PM, as that is when the artist talk begins. (Event times listed above include both the viewing and discussion.)

Address for the Norton Museum of Art is tagged above.
Address for the Subculture Coffee place is:
509 Clematis Street West Palm Beach, FL 33401

Please RSVP and let us know if you have any questions! We hope you’ll be able to join us as friends.