Wednesday, April 6, 2016

Bay Area Artists Fuse Art and Activism To Tackle Environmental Crises

is a mouthful of a title but when it is announced by Michael Krasney on KQED's Forum, the most popular morning news and public affairs program, everybody is listening.

The program featured William Fox, director of the Center for Art + Environment, the Nevada Museum of Art; Jane Kim, artist, science illustrator and founder of Ink Dwell; Camille Seaman, artist; her photography is featured in "Vanishing Ice" at the David Bower Center in Berkeley; and moi, Judith Selby Lang, artist, One Beach Plastic.

It was an honor to be on the program with such an esteemed group of artists. The conversation was lively and fast paced and about my favorite subject — art and activism.  It was a real challenge to tell our story in just my allotted five minutes. Yes, just as I was getting warmed up, it went by in a jiff. 

For your listening pleasure, they have already archived: