Using a Sustainability Lens in Art with Toxic Nature Studios
- ASU Alumnus, Toxic/Nature Studios’ Mastermind, Photographer, 3d Artist and Chief Litter Picker
Toxic/Nature Studios features environmental photography that celebrates the majesty of nature and laments its demise, in small moments. Using close-up macro techniques, the photographs express appreciation for and concern about the environment.
Join Toxic/Nature Studios’ Mastermind and ASU Alumnus Scott Schneider for a conversation about his work as an artist and how he is hoping to inspire others to notice the world around them and to take action to preserve its natural beauty.
“I never could have imagined that someone who takes photos with an iPhone could be taken seriously in the artworld” said Schneider. However, in addition to an exhibit at ASU’s School of Sustainability, Toxic/Nature Studios is planning a significant show at the Coral Springs Museum of Art in Florida that is scheduled to coincide with Earth Day 2020 and a community cleanup.
This event is open to ASU students and alumni only. Free lunch will be provided. RSVP required by Wednesday, September 11th by 4:00 PM. Once RSVP responses have reached 30, the form will close and all inquiries regarding attendance should be sent Kelly Crow.
Following the lunch, please join Toxic/Nature Studios' Scott Schneider for an art exhibition opening in Wrigley Hall, 3rd Floor on September 17th at 3:30pm. An RSVP link for this event can be found here.
12:00 - 1:00 p.m.