July 14, 2024 5:27 am

Exploring Climate Anxiety: Us vs. The Climate Change Art Installation

Discover the thought-provoking art installation “Us vs. The Climate Change” at the Adams Square Mini Park Gas Station in Glendale, CA. Presented by The Campbell Center, this captivating exhibit offers a glimpse into the challenges of global warming through the eyes of its associates. Featuring decorated umbrellas symbolizing the stress and anxiety of climate discourse, turned upside down to evoke shelter and protection, and recycled cactus pillows representing uncertain environments, the installation invites viewers to reflect on the complexities of climate change. Through this display, The Campbell Center aims to empower its associates to express themselves artistically while fostering growth and awareness within the community. Since 2018, The Campbell Center has been dedicated to showcasing the talents of artists with disabilities through various mediums, including watercolors, acrylic paint, and community murals. Proudly sponsored by the Glendale Arts and Culture Commission, with support from the Urban Art Fund, Glendale Library, Arts & Culture, Glendale Community Services & Parks, and the Adams Hill Neighborhood Association, this temporary exhibit offers a unique opportunity to engage with important environmental themes through the lens of art. The exhibit will be on display at Adams Square Mini-Park January 19 – March 22. 1020 E Palmer Avenue, Glendale, CA.