2015 Dorothy Schwartz Forum
 on Art, Science, and the Humanities: “Communicating Climate Change”

2015 Dorothy Schwartz Forum
 on Art, Science, and the Humanities: “Communicating Climate Change”

Image:
Richard Estes (United States, born 1932), "Beaver Dam Pond, Acadia National Park" (detail), 2009, oil on board, 12 3/8 x 29 7/8 inches. Anonymous gift. 2014.2

In collaboration with the Maine Humanities Council, the PMA will host a one-day program exploring one of the most contentious issues of our time: climate change. How has public conversation about climate change evolved over time? What cultural and historical factors have shaped its trajectory? How do scientists, artists, and humanities scholars influence the way we understand and talk about climate change today?

Registration required; to register, contact the Maine Humanities Council at (207) 773-5051 or visit www.mainehumanities.org.

Admission

$20 (includes coffee). To register, visit www.mainehumanities.org.