Ripple Effects: The Arts & The Science of Climate Change Lecture

Ben Brabson

Pop-Up Exhibition

Date & Time

Saturday, October 15 | 3:00pm - 4:30pm

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FREE - Open to the Public


505 West 4th St. Bloomington, IN


Heartland Community Reconciliation Center

Saturday, October 15, 2022, 3pm – 4:30pm
505 W 4th Street Bloomington, IN
Free and open to the public

The Arts and the Science of Climate Change is an in-person visual presentation by Ben Brabson, Climate Scientist, Indiana University, Emeritus Professor of Physics whose recent research trends in mid-west soil moisture. This talk will focus on the deep underlying connections between the arts and the science of climate change—connections that need to be made and stories that need to be told.

“David’s work provides a unique way to address the critical elements of the climate change crisis and to reach an audience not available through other means.” - Ben Brabson

About the Exhibition & Artists:

Dena Hawes and David J Emerson Young offer very different approaches to addressing global warming, yet both honor the beauty of the earth as a source of inspiration. Their exhibition addresses issues of global warming, climate change, and the beauty of nature with seriousness, sincerity, and occasional humor.On View: Oct 11 - Oct 20 Opening Reception: Friday, Oct 14th 4pm - 7pm

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Ripple Effects: The Adoration of Earth and The Arts and the Science of Climate Change are a partnership between the FAR Center for Contemporary Arts and Heartland Community Reconciliation Center, and made possible by the generous support of the Bloomington Arts Commission, The Bloomington Urban Enterprise Association, and the David and Julie Young Fund, A fund of Central Indiana Community Foundation.