Changing Landscapes

climate for change logo(Earlville, NY – March 2015) Our climate is changing. How and why and what we can do about it are concerns of farmers and politicians, CEO’s and first graders, artists and scientists. Our landscape is our vision of the future. Changing Landscapes is part of a conversation about our future. We invite you to come share your ideas and your vision of our changing landscape.

On March 21, in collaboration with Morrisville State College’s Climates of Change: A CNY Art, Poetry, and Theater Festival, the Earlville Galleries will present “Changing Landscapes,” a multi-artist installation featuring the work of seven women artists from Upstate New York:  Lynette Stephenson, Leigh Yardley, Jenna North, Marion Wilson, Amy McKinnon, Aida Khalil, and Lisa Iannello.

The exhibit is curated by Timothy W. Gerken, PhD, Associate Professor of Humanities at Morrisville State, who writes:  “The landscape

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