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Making Waves presents the work of three women artists, Resa Blatman, Joan Hall, and Karen Lee Sobol, who each use their art to address our relationship to and impact on the ocean. Through different media, the artists advocate for greater awareness of the ongoing climate crisis.

Press Release

BOSTON, MA – As the largest habitat on our planet, the Earth’s oceans are vast ecosystems of which only a small fraction has been explored by man. Today, our oceans are greatly endangered by human activity, and recent studies have found that approximately 8 million metric tons of plastic enter the ocean on an annual basis. As this crisis escalates, climate change art attempts to bridge the …

BOSTON, MA – As the largest habitat on our planet, the Earth’s oceans are vast ecosystems of which only a small fraction has been explored by man. Today, our oceans are greatly endangered by human activity, and recent studies have found that approximately 8 million metric tons of plastic enter the ocean on an annual basis. As this crisis escalates, climate change art attempts to bridge the scientific and visual, making hard data more accessible through an emotional response to art. By helping us process this information, climate change art seeks to affect meaningful change between humans and …

Location

168 Newbury St.
Boston, MA, US
Monday, Closed
Tuesday–Friday, 9am–6pm
Saturday–Sunday, 11am–5pm