Butte Environmental Council & Chico Art Center Present
March 9-30, 2018
From the local to the planetary, artists respond to global change from their own backyard.
Brought to you by Becky Williams
Awards sponsored by Nicolai & Marion Larsen
Reception: Friday March 9th, 5:00 - 7:00 PM
Andy Libecki, Brett Day, Carol McCloed, Ashley Church, Eve Werner, Gary Graham, Gitta Brewster, John Cairns, Jon Shult, Judi Forney, Kathleen Presentati, Lorinda Stevens, Mark Henson, Nadia Kosheleff-Browne, Patti Lloyd, Rebecca Shelly, Russell Cottrell, Ruth Hall, Sheryl Karas, Butte College 3D Design & Beginning Sculpture Students
In the wake of weekly weather related disasters, engineering and scientific innovations, Chico Art Center and Butte Environmental Council selected artwork that responds to local, national and global issues. Juried by Natalie Carter, Director, Butte Environmental Council, Nicolai Larsen, CAC Board of Director, Cameron Kelly, CAC Gallery Director.
Image: Russell Cottrell, "Little Livable Planet 2018: Chico Ca. 2", pigment inkjet photo
March 10th, 9:00AM
Teichert Ponds (behind Kohls)
Our creeks support a variety of beautiful and beneficial plants and animals. Not only does this space become unsightly when trash is left lying around, but the plants and animals who live here suffer. It also severely degrades water quality. Let's clean it! Let's give back to our community! Let's have cleaner waterways!
Community Water Forum
presented by Mark Stemen, Professor at CSUC
CSU Chico Campus - ARTS 106
In an effort to provide entry-level water knowledge to the citizens of both the campus and local communities, local environmental groups have come together to host educational water forums where individuals can learn about California’s water issues through informational presentations and collaborative discussions.
SPRING 2018 Schedule
Wednesday, April 11 - Salmon
Wednesday, May 9 - Urban Streams: Maintenance, Restoration & Monitoring
Friday, March 16, 5:30-7:30pm
@ Dorothy Johnson Center, 775 E 16th St, Chico