2007: Franke James presents “A Green Winter” and “Six Tools” at the McMichael Gallery
2007: McMichael Gallery
October 2007 Reading and Lecture: Franke James presents:
“Rarely do the talents of a professional artist and educator come together in equal measure as they do in the work of Franke James. Her Six Tools for Climate Change presentation at the McMichael was the ideal vehicle for presenting complex material in a compelling and accessible format for everyone in attendance. Franke has the rare skill of presenting important abstract concepts with immediacy and relevance through her art. Simply outstanding.” Scott McDonald, Director Education and Programmes, McMichael Canadian Art Collection
“Thank you for the delightful presentation at the McMichael last week. My daughter does not consider herself artistic. Or did not until you showed your Six Tools to Make Climate Change Art presentation. Like you, she has a quirky sense of humour and sees the world a bit differently. You showed her how one can use WORDS and humour to make art and influence people! Many thanks for your energy and inspiration.” Carole, Parent
RELATED LINKS: 2007 to 2012
- 2007-2012 Green Conscience Workshops Selected workshops at Sierra Club Canada, the Canadian Ecology Centre, Bates College, University of Cincinnati and more…
- Overview of Six Tools for Climate Change
- The Ontario Teacher’s Federation “Climate Change Camp” at McMaster University has resulted in Sparking Your Green Conscience being integrated into a lesson plan for Ontario teachers.
- 2010: What Powerful Tool Can We Use to Fight Climate Change?
- 2010: Summary: Six Tools for Climate Change Art
- 2009: Blog Action Day: Six Tools You Need for Climate Change Art (and Action)
- 2009: University of Cincinnati Art Workshops: What’s bothering your green conscience?
- 2009: Sparking Your Green Conscience: How to use the green conscience workshops in schools (for Ontario Teachers Federation).
- 2009: Goldsmith College student interviews Franke James: Q&A: Why make climate change art?
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