In the ARTsmart Community Studio Gallery

Please join us for a special exhibition of art from New Mexican artists 25 years-old and younger in conjunction with Global Climate Strike week and Climate Strike Day Santa Fe.  Artists were inspired by the climate crisis and activism and their artworks will be displayed, unframed, salon-style, in this show curated by local youth leader Artemisio and Youth United for Climate Change Action (Y.U.C.C.A.) with help and oversight from EarthCare.

In Crisis will bring awareness to the international Climate Crisis by highlighting and giving voice to the creativity of New Mexico’s youth artists. This exhibition will feature works from students and youth across the state. Y.U.C.C.A aims to support the creative efforts and voices of local youth through providing an open admission gallery exhibition on the topic of climate injustice. Through participating in In Crisis, young artists use art as a tool to protect our shared future. Best in Show Awards will be given to the top three voted pieces. Sales of art to be conducted with the individual artists.

The art exhibition will be available for viewing Monday – Friday 10:00 am to 4:00 pm or by appointment (call 505.992.2787 or email ARTsmart for appointment). Show will run until October 5th.

CLOSING NIGHT of In Crisis: An All-Youth Climate Crisis Art Exhibition
What: Art will hang in the gallery salon-style and there will be live music by Ethan Kelley and spoken word/poetry open-mike performances with Scribbler Santa Fe. Refreshments will be served.
When:12:00 – 4:00 pm Saturday, October 5, 2019
ARTsmart Community Studio 1201 Parkway Drive
Tickets: A $5 per person suggested donation to Y.U.C.C.A. is appreciated.

ARTsmart is pleased to provide space for this show. Disclaimer: The views and opinions expressed in the artworks and performances are those of the artists and do not necessarily reflect the official policy or position of ARTsmart New Mexico.

Participating Artists:
Diana Andrade Carmona, Andrea Bruno, Angelina Como Mosconi, Geneva Curry, Cruz Davis-Martinez, Lesly Esperza, Faith, Annabelle Fitzharris, Aveola Freeman, Felix Gelvin, Kace Ice-Johnson, Isa, Brianna Jacobson, Ethan Kelley, Avis Kerns, William Martin Kline III, Aaliyah Martinez, Flora Natalini, Aliyah Okerson, Deisy Olivas, Artemisio Romero y Carver, Malia Sera, Matthew Stout, Veronica Toledo, Dane Wells, and Clara West.
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Y.U.C.C.A. wishes to thank the following for making this exhibition possible: