Lecture / Seminar Fundraiser / Charity

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Event in Room: Studio (upstairs)

This illustrated talk will tell the story of the artists who ‘led the charge’ as a case study in how art can effect change. Discussion will be encouraged.

The exhibition "For the Love of Lichens and Old Forests" presents art that is meant to inspire and encourage support for the protection of our natural world. In 19th century America, a group of artists and writers created work that changed the ways that people viewed the wilderness. Over the course of three generations the artists’ creative efforts led to significant new government policies and shifts in public attitudes about nature.
Ted Lind is an artist and a board member at ARTSPLACE. He retired in 2013 after 35 years as a museum curator.
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Kindred Spirits: How Art Transformed Ways to Appreciate the Natural World, with Ted Lind

Proceeds to be split with Save Our Old Forests campaign
Pricing & Tickets
Pricing: Admission by donation (Suggested $10)
Poster
396 St. George Street
Annapolis Royal, Nova Scotia

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