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Have you ever looked at a piece of art that altered your perspective? Or one that challenged your thinking? Or maybe you’ve studied a piece that taught you something new.
How can art impact conservation efforts? How can it help break generational cycles of disconnectedness from the natural world? Why does art matter in a time of rapidly changing climate and habitat loss?
Join me and artist/scientific illustrator Jane Kim in the Ink Dwell Studio as we discuss nature blindness, the importance of place-based art, western monarch butterflies, endangered frogs, the purpose of murals, intergenerational relationships with the earth, and how both viewing and creating art can change the way we look at the world and the kinds of choices we make going forward.
Ink Dwell (You can also find Jane on Instagram @inkdwell)
Golden State Naturalist (my website)
You can find me @goldenstatenaturalist on Instagram and TikTok
Podcast art by Danza Davis, @danzadavis on Instagram.
The song is called "i dunno" by grapes. You can find it here.