What are the connections between creativity, the environment, and climate change? How can art convey powerful ideas when words fail us?
At Water as Inspiration: Art and Casco Bay, Staff Writer Robby Lewis-Nash sat down with three regional artists – Anna Dibble, Mitchell Rasor, and Jan Piribeck – for a discussion about water, the environment, and art. Above is a full recording of the event for those of you who were not able to attend or want to revisit the conversation.
If you don’t have time to watch the full recording, here are a few key moments you may want to check out:
In this 20 minute clip, Anna, Mitchell, and Jan all show images of their work and share what inspires them to create (hint: in one way or another, it all comes back to the Bay!).
In this 4 minute clip, our panelists describe the role of art and artists in addressing environmental issues like climate change.