Burko’s practice is at the intersection of art, science, and the environment, and is fueled by the urgency of climate change’s threat. She comments, “Using images rather than words I communicate how the world is suffering dramatically from extreme weather disasters such as flooding, heat, drought. Rather than apocalyptical, I endeavor to bring beauty into the

conversation, reminding us all of the magic of the natural world.” Her recent exhibition, Seeing Climate Change, at the American University Museum was cited by the New York Times as one of the Best Shows of 2021.

Add to Calendar 20230209 America/New_York 8000 York Road Towson MD 21204 Lecture ǀ Diane Burko