Landscapes are a physical history of events that shaped them. In this exhibition, Geoffrey Agrons, Diane Burko, Brooke Lanier, Jennifer Manzella, and Ekaterina Popova raise questions about what events transpired that shape our current environment.
Exploring the confluence of arts, science, and activism, Rowan University Art Gallery will showcase the work of Diane Burko in Vast … See Full Post
Exploring the confluence of arts, science, and activism Rowan University Art Gallery showcases the work of environmental artist Diane Burko … See Full Post
On Saturday, October 28 at 7 PM, The Photo Review will hold its 2017 Benefit Auction at the University of the Arts, Caplan Studio Theater, 16th floor of Terra Hall, 211 South Broad Street in Philadelphia.
Albeit imaginative as any artists’ vision, Burko is still completely frank with her message.
Diane Burko has published her book Glacial Shifts, Changing Perspectives Bearing Witness to Climate Change. This book documents the disappearance of glaciers in … See Full Post