This exhibition will feature local artists‘ works that engage in the cross section between social and environmental justice.
The show will be curated by local artist and Wilmington native, JaQuanne LeRoy. LeRoy is currently the Teaching Artist and Curator in Residence for the Delaware Art Museum, Delaware College of Art and Design, and Chris White Gallery.
Earth Day 2021: The Chris White Gallery will host a virtual reception for the exhibition and release of the Plant Life in the City Book on, April 22, 2021.
Visitors will have an opportunity to see pieces from the exhibition and learn more about the environmental issues they addressed.
Photo by: Emmanuel Lee
Watershed is built on developing an embodied understanding of a watershed and our place in the natural world.
Choreography: A.T. Moffett, Anna Gjertsen, Eisa Jackson, Marcie Mamura, & Dr. Jamē McCray
Science Dramaturgy: Dr. Jamē McCray
Music: Mike Wall & David Horton
Text: Tiffany Jackson with excerpts from Diana Hartel’s Watershed Redemption
Video & Photography: Tom Davis & Mandy Haslam
Video Production: A.T. Moffett
This music carries deep religious themes taken from the Holy Bible.
All three song pieces are adaptations from the Psalms of King David, found in the Old Testament.
No Words, Spacious Place, Psalm 23