In Flux: Perspectives on Arctic Change – Panel & Reception

Join Woodwell Climate Research Center scientists and Art-Science Fellows for a special opportunity to interact with those behind Highfield Hall & Gardens’ summer exhibit In Flux: Perspectives on Arctic Change.

This public panel is part of a partnership between Woodwell Climate and Highfield Hall & Gardens. Reception to follow. The event is free to attend but seats are limited, so please register for the event in advance.

In the face of climate change, science and art offer complementary ways of exploring, understanding, and interpreting our world. The works in this exhibition—photography, sculpture, film, encaustic painting, and maps—are inspired by Arctic research of Woodwell Climate scientists. The panelists will discuss the connections between art, the science of climate change, and their work, as well as the power of art-science collaboration to convey the dramatic changes taking place in the Arctic and foster a sense of connection and inspiration.

Highfield’s Science & Environment Speaker Series is made possible in part through the generous support of the Arts Foundation of Cape Cod, The Falmouth Fund, The Brabson Family Foundation, Cape Cod 5, the Woods Hole Foundation, & Woodwell Climate Research Center.

July 11, 2024 5:30pm–7:00pm ET
56 Highfield Drive Falmouth, MA

Collage by Julie Waite.

Susan Natali
Susan M. Natali

Senior Scientist

Jennifer Watts
Jennifer D. Watts

Arctic Program Director, Associate Scientist

Greg Fiske
Gregory J. Fiske

Senior Geospatial Analyst, Senior Research Associate

portrait photo of Michaela Grill
Michaela Grill

Art-Science Fellow

Aaron Dysart

Art-Science Fellow

Georgia Nassikas
Heather Goldstone
Heather Goldstone

Chief Communications Officer

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