The Foster Gallery is pleased to present "The Nature of Our Disposition," an exhibition exploring issues related to sustainability and the climate crisis through the lens of art. "The Nature of Our Disposition" will be on display Friday, October 16 through Wednesday, November 11, 2020. The Foster Gallery is open to UWEC students, faculty and staff, and while community members cannot visit the gallery at this time, we invite the community to view images and videos of the exhibition that will be shared below throughout the run of the exhibition.
"The Nature of Our Disposition" is the first known Foster Gallery student curated project. Proposed and curated by Art & Design student, Caleb Carr, the exhibition features the work of Adriana Barrios, Gregory Euclide, Nick Brandt, Peter Krsko, and Steve McPherson. The aim of this project is to spread awareness of sustainability related issues through art. Carr writes, "although sustainability is a topic that relates to many disciplines, it is often associated with science, engineering, and public health. This exhibition will aim to connect those interested in sustainability with art as well as connect those interested in art with sustainability."
The Nature of Our Disposition Activity Worksheet
Peter Krsko's Virtual Artist Talk recording