ECOART PROJECT SALON SERIES
Greenland’s Melting Glaciers
Join us on Tuesday, May 2, for a captivating salon led by EcoArt Project founder, Pino Fortunato, as we view and discuss Justin Brice Guariglia’s AFTER NATURE exhibition and learn about Greenland’s latest scientific findings by Columbia University professor and NASA Adjunct Scientist, Marco Tedesco.
This salon is hosted by Victoria Anstead of TWOTHIRTYONE Projects.
231 Tenth Avenue
New York City
Tuesday, May 2, 2017
The EcoArt Project mission is to increase public awareness and education surrounding our ecosystems in order to propel solutions toward sustainable progress. Art and design are used to gravitate people together. The EcoArt Project Salon Series is a program of insightful discussions related to the environment, conceived to generate curiosity and engagement by mixing art and design with science and technology. Each salon is thoughtfully curated to bring together speakers of diverse backgrounds in an effort to inspire creative ideas, develop meaningful relationships, and build a community of powerful leaders. This program is intended to offer a culturally-elevating and entertaining experience while engaging new minds to participate in the life and development of the organization. Following the discussion, attendees are invited for cocktails and conversations.