The Umbrella Arts & Environment and The Umbrella Visual Arts programs, in partnership with the Concord, MA-based Social Documentary Network/ZEKE Magazine, present an exciting new exhibition of world-class documentary photography emphasizing long-term sustainable solutions to the climate crisis including the Indigenous People’s Burn Network in the western United States; Nemo’s Garden in Italy — the world’s first underwater greenhouse; the African Women Rising’s Permagarden Program in Uganda, and others. The exhibition is inspired by the Spring 2022 issue featuring projects by Kiliii Yuyan, Giacomo d’Orlando, Sarah Fretwell, and veteran climate journalist Antonia Juhasz.
Friday, July 8, 6:00-7:30 pm ET
Free public reception with remarks by curator Glenn Ruga, Arts & Environment Director Madeline Miller, participating photographer Lauren Owens Lambert, and Michael Frederick, executive director of the Thoreau Society
Friday, July 8, 8:00-9:00 pm ET
Jesse Paris Smith presents an evening of music, stories, and readings connected with Thoreau and Concord. She will be joined by musician and song writer, Alana Amram. Concert presented by the Thoreau Society. Click Here for tickets.
Tuesday, July 12, 2:00 pm ET
Click here to register for discussion with Giacomo d’Orlando, Sarah Fretwell, and Kiliii Yuyan
To learn more about these artists and their work, click here.
Curated by: Glenn Ruga
Presented by: Social Documentary Network and The Umbrella Arts Center