During the summer of 2011, Katherine Ball lived on an island dwelling in the middle of the lake and experimented with using mushrooms to filter the E. coli and toxic waste from illegal dumping in the lake. She also built a greywater system in my off-grid, igloo-like home and organized community events about water, including a free school on water and water yoga class.      #socialpractice #art #environmentalart #green #sustainability #waterissues #katherineball #water

During the summer of 2011, Katherine Ball lived on an island dwelling in the middle of the lake and experimented with using mushrooms to filter the E. coli and toxic waste from illegal dumping in the lake. She also built a greywater system in my off-grid, igloo-like home and organized community events about water, including a free school on water and water yoga class. #socialpractice #art #environmentalart #green #sustainability #waterissues #katherineball #water

CASE STUDIES: Toolbox for Educators  by Ann T. Rosenthal (2004) The GREEN MUSEUM'S EDUCATORS TOOLBOX: The following projects demonstrate how ecoart is used to educate the public at all levels--from K-12 to college and adult learners.

CASE STUDIES: Toolbox for Educators by Ann T. Rosenthal (2004) The GREEN MUSEUM'S EDUCATORS TOOLBOX: The following projects demonstrate how ecoart is used to educate the public at all levels--from K-12 to college and adult learners.

Ruth Wallen - Fog Loom

Ruth Wallen - Fog Loom

Pencil Vs Camera by Ben Heine Ben is a multidisciplinary artist, currently living and working in Rochefort, Belgium. Best known for his original series “Pencil Vs Camera”, “Digital Circlism” and.

Andrea Bowers's installation, Hope in Hindsight, on view at Project Row Houses in 2010. Photo by Eric Hester, courtesy Project Row Houses.

Andrea Bowers's installation, Hope in Hindsight, on view at Project Row Houses in 2010. Photo by Eric Hester, courtesy Project Row Houses.

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