The Umbrella Arts Center
Air contains two things necessary to life: carbon dioxide and oxygen. In photosynthesis, green plants take carbon-dioxide and water and use the sun’s energy to make sugar and release oxygen. In respiration, sugars and oxygen from the air turn to carbon dioxide, water, and energy. Without air, whether by drowning, respiratory failure, or persistent oppression, we cannot live. The freedom to breath unites us all, but who has that freedom?
Air, by itself, is invisible, so how can artists capture its essence visually? Find out how dozens of artists tackled this challenge in our Earth Month Exhibition, on display through April 25.
The exhibition is viewable in-person by special appointment only, WITH 48 HOURS NOTICE, following public health guidelines. To request a time slot, please fill out the form below to indicate your preferences for visiting. We will make every effort to accommodate your request, and follow up with you to confirm availability or suggest alternatives, and provide details for check-in and health protocols.
|| Caroline Provost