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Petrochemical America: Richard Misrach and Kate Orff

Every autumn, the Brower Center presents the Art/Act Exhibition, an award presented to an artist who has demonstrated extraordinary achievement at the…

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Almost Together

We live in a digital age, in which video chatting with someone in another country is often easier than visiting…

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Promise and Peril: A Study in Biodiversity

The natural world is in a state of constant flux. It seems that more and more often, we hear about…

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Before California: Laura Cunningham

The David Brower Center believes that art has unique transformative power, especially when placed in the service of activism. As…

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Thinking Like A River: Art, Advocacy, and the Legacy of David Brower

Environmentalist, mountaineer and visionary David R. Brower changed the way our society thinks about natural places and, consequently, changed the…

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Land, Use: Works by Amy Franceschini and Fernando García-Dory

Amy Franceschini and Fernando Garcia-Dory share artistic interests and approaches. Using social practice methods such as direct engagement with communities,…

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One Cubic Foot: Miniature Surveys in Biodiversity, Photographs by David Liittschwager

How much life grows or passes, on land or sea, through one cubic foot of space? To find out, and…

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Hello Tomorrow: Bay Area Artists Envision the Future

The Brower Center asked Bay Area artists to respond to David Brower’s quote: “Have a good time saving the world.…

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Methods and Materials: Ecological Art in Practice with Daniel McCormick

Daniel McCormick has practiced ecological art for 25 years, installing sculptural works in damaged natural environments to effect positive ecological…

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Running the Numbers: Chris Jordan

In Chris Jordan’s series Running the Numbers: An American Self-Portrait, begun in 2005, the artist represented the staggering statistics of…

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