September 2 - October 29
The theme of this Exhibition is Waves, in conjunction with Delray Beach Climate & Art Weekend 2022.. Ocean Wave, Heat Wave, Electromagnetic wave, Waves of Emotion, Waves of political unrest…
The group exhibition will showcase 26 artists selected from an Open Call for Art. The mediums and subject matter are varied, giving the viewer different interpretations of the theme.
In conjunction with the seasonal King Tides, The City of Delray Beach and the Office of Sustainability organizes a climate education outreach event to raise awareness about the impacts of climate changes and the need to proactively adapt. The weekend invites organizations from around the city to be involved. Programs to be included are artist talks, art exhibitions, in-person panels, environmental activities, and others. As a coastal city within a larger coastal area, Delray Beach hopes to share the realities of the climate crisis, rising tides, and ultimately how it can directly affect us and the local neighborhoods in the future.
Changes in Climate have happened in slowly oscillating waves, over long periods characterized mainly by gradual change. Historically, climate represented as Waves, had a long wavelength and a low frequency. We are currently experiencing a change in climate that’s represented by a very differently shaped wave. Climate change now is happening at an unprecedented rate. With this scientific topic comes conversations
Exhibition Dates: September 2nd – October 29th, 2022
For information on the artists and works exhibited, please click here.
Samuel Spear Jr.