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EXHIBIT – “Dangerous Landscapes”

University of Alabama Gallery at the Dinah Washington Cultural Arts Center 620 Greensboro Avenue, Tuscaloosa, AL, United States

left: “The West Branch Of Bellows Falls,” in Picturesque America or The Land We Live in (New York: D. Appleton, 1872); right: Allison Grant, “In the Vines,” 2019, archival inkjet print. The University of Alabama Gallery and the Collaborative Arts Research Initiative are proud to present the exhibition, Dangerous Landscapes: Legacies of Nineteenth-Century Progress in the Age of Climate Change, August 6 through September 24, 2021, with a First Friday reception on September 3 from 5:00 to 7:00 p.m. Dangerous Landscapes places contemporary [...]

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EXHIBIT – Flow Tuscaloosa

UA Gallery at the Dinah Washington Cultural Arts Center 620 Greensboro Avenue, Tuscaloosa, AL, United States

Flow Tuscaloosa recognizes the successful restoration of Hurricane Creek, a Tuscaloosa natural resource, as inspiration to ignite action to protect the resources of the Black Warrior River watershed and bring attention to environmental justice efforts in West Alabama. Drawing from expressive and visual art as a stimulus for dialogue, engagement and play, the project nurtures local commitment to environmental stewardship through arts-based workshops that will culminate with a community lantern parade and three curated exhibitions.

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EXHIBIT – Flow Tuscaloosa

UA Gallery at the Dinah Washington Cultural Arts Center 620 Greensboro Avenue, Tuscaloosa, AL, United States

Flow Tuscaloosa recognizes the successful restoration of Hurricane Creek, a Tuscaloosa natural resource, as inspiration to ignite action to protect the resources of the Black Warrior River watershed and bring attention to environmental justice efforts in West Alabama. Drawing from expressive and visual art as a stimulus for dialogue, engagement and play, the project nurtures local commitment to environmental stewardship through arts-based workshops that will culminate with a community lantern parade and three curated exhibitions.

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EXHIBIT – Flow Tuscaloosa

UA Gallery at the Dinah Washington Cultural Arts Center 620 Greensboro Avenue, Tuscaloosa, AL, United States

Flow Tuscaloosa recognizes the successful restoration of Hurricane Creek, a Tuscaloosa natural resource, as inspiration to ignite action to protect the resources of the Black Warrior River watershed and bring attention to environmental justice efforts in West Alabama. Drawing from expressive and visual art as a stimulus for dialogue, engagement and play, the project nurtures local commitment to environmental stewardship through arts-based workshops that will culminate with a community lantern parade and three curated exhibitions.

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EXHIBIT – Flow Tuscaloosa

UA Gallery at the Dinah Washington Cultural Arts Center 620 Greensboro Avenue, Tuscaloosa, AL, United States

Flow Tuscaloosa recognizes the successful restoration of Hurricane Creek, a Tuscaloosa natural resource, as inspiration to ignite action to protect the resources of the Black Warrior River watershed and bring attention to environmental justice efforts in West Alabama. Drawing from expressive and visual art as a stimulus for dialogue, engagement and play, the project nurtures local commitment to environmental stewardship through arts-based workshops that will culminate with a community lantern parade and three curated exhibitions.

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EXHIBIT – Flow Tuscaloosa

UA Gallery at the Dinah Washington Cultural Arts Center 620 Greensboro Avenue, Tuscaloosa, AL, United States

Flow Tuscaloosa recognizes the successful restoration of Hurricane Creek, a Tuscaloosa natural resource, as inspiration to ignite action to protect the resources of the Black Warrior River watershed and bring attention to environmental justice efforts in West Alabama. Drawing from expressive and visual art as a stimulus for dialogue, engagement and play, the project nurtures local commitment to environmental stewardship through arts-based workshops that will culminate with a community lantern parade and three curated exhibitions.

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EXHIBIT – Flow Tuscaloosa

UA Gallery at the Dinah Washington Cultural Arts Center 620 Greensboro Avenue, Tuscaloosa, AL, United States

Flow Tuscaloosa recognizes the successful restoration of Hurricane Creek, a Tuscaloosa natural resource, as inspiration to ignite action to protect the resources of the Black Warrior River watershed and bring attention to environmental justice efforts in West Alabama. Drawing from expressive and visual art as a stimulus for dialogue, engagement and play, the project nurtures local commitment to environmental stewardship through arts-based workshops that will culminate with a community lantern parade and three curated exhibitions.

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EXHIBIT – Flow Tuscaloosa

UA Gallery at the Dinah Washington Cultural Arts Center 620 Greensboro Avenue, Tuscaloosa, AL, United States

Flow Tuscaloosa recognizes the successful restoration of Hurricane Creek, a Tuscaloosa natural resource, as inspiration to ignite action to protect the resources of the Black Warrior River watershed and bring attention to environmental justice efforts in West Alabama. Drawing from expressive and visual art as a stimulus for dialogue, engagement and play, the project nurtures local commitment to environmental stewardship through arts-based workshops that will culminate with a community lantern parade and three curated exhibitions.

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EXHIBIT – Flow Tuscaloosa

UA Gallery at the Dinah Washington Cultural Arts Center 620 Greensboro Avenue, Tuscaloosa, AL, United States

Flow Tuscaloosa recognizes the successful restoration of Hurricane Creek, a Tuscaloosa natural resource, as inspiration to ignite action to protect the resources of the Black Warrior River watershed and bring attention to environmental justice efforts in West Alabama. Drawing from expressive and visual art as a stimulus for dialogue, engagement and play, the project nurtures local commitment to environmental stewardship through arts-based workshops that will culminate with a community lantern parade and three curated exhibitions.

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EXHIBIT – Flow Tuscaloosa

UA Gallery at the Dinah Washington Cultural Arts Center 620 Greensboro Avenue, Tuscaloosa, AL, United States

Flow Tuscaloosa recognizes the successful restoration of Hurricane Creek, a Tuscaloosa natural resource, as inspiration to ignite action to protect the resources of the Black Warrior River watershed and bring attention to environmental justice efforts in West Alabama. Drawing from expressive and visual art as a stimulus for dialogue, engagement and play, the project nurtures local commitment to environmental stewardship through arts-based workshops that will culminate with a community lantern parade and three curated exhibitions.