ecoartspace is an organization of artists, scientists, curators, writers, nonprofits, and businesses developing innovative strategies to address global environmental issues. Founded in 1997 by Tricia Watts as an art and nature center in development, ecoartspace was one of the first websites dedicated to art and environmental issues. New York City curator, Amy Lipton, joined Watts in 1999, and together they have curated exhibitions, participated on panels, given lectures at universities, and developed programs and curricula. They advocate for artists whose projects range from scientifically based ecological restoration to product-based functional artworks, from temporal works created outdoors with nature to eco-social interventions in the urban public sphere, as well as more traditional art objects.
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Center for the Digital Arts at Westchester Community College
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