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Connecting with Nature through Art: An Ecopsychological Exploration

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Presented by The Phipps Center for the Arts at The Phipps Center for the Arts, Hudson WI

Apr 05 2020
Connecting with Nature through Art: An Ecopsychological Exploration

Artists Michelle Kaisersatt and Kimber Olson will be joined by University of St. Thomas Professor of Psychology and former Director of Environmental Studies Dr. Britain Scott to delve into the ways art may help connect people to non-human nature.

A fundamental premise of ecopsychology is the idea that contemporary urban-industrial lifestyles erode our innate sense of connection to the rest of the natural world, compromising both individual and planetary well-being. Healing this rift is a vital part of a sustainable future.

In their ceramic and textile sculptures, Kaisersatt and Olson use materials and forms found in nature to express a deep connection with the natural environment and concerns about ecological degradation. As

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