The Enviro-Art Gallery is an annual showcase of student and professional artwork designed to highlight the beauty and struggles of nature. Through the use of a variety of media and artistic styles, the gallery works to provide a relatable and easily absorbable method for environmental awareness and environmental activism. The purpose is to promote actionability within the community, Duke or otherwise, by visually highlighting the importance of, aesthetic nature of, and anthropogenic threats to Mother Earth.
If you have artwork which highlights the severity of a current environmental issue or artwork which highlights the beauty and serenity of Mother Earth, then this gallery is for you!
The Enviro-Art Gallery is curated and organized by Cameron Oglesby (T ’21).
Artwork by Cameron Oglesby
The exhibit will feature artwork by Cameron in addition to community submissions.
Join us in celebrating the opening of the Enviro-Art Gallery in the Ruby Lounge with curator Cameron Oglesby (T '21) and Rebecca Vidra, senior lecturer of Environmental Science and Policy in the Nicholas School.