Climate Changing: Guide for students & educators

Learning & Public Practice Department

Apr 22, 2021

Exterior view of the Wexner Center of the Arts with installations by Chris Burden and Danielle Julian Norton

Climate Changing: On Artists, Institutions, and the Social Environment brings together more than 20 artists and collectives whose work explores pressing issues that have global impact. By design, the exhibition provides a diversity of perspectives to raise questions about the role of institutions and artists in society. To provide more information and context, the Wex's Learning & Public Practice Department has created a resource-filled guide to the exhibition and the artists featured in it. It's an excellent launch point for students, educators, and anyone who'd like to know more about what went into the exhibition. The guide has also been outfitted with text for screen readers.

This Monday, April 26 at 11:30 AM, you're invited to get to know one of the team members behind the guide, Learning & Public Practice Coordinator Jo Snyder, during the next event in our ongoing monthly series Office Hours.

Check out the multimedia guide for Climate Changing here.

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