1. Laura Reeder -- An Artist-Activist Using Walking to Connect with Her Environment 37:01

Dr. Laura Reeder is an artist, a teacher, and a human who encourages young people and adults to use creativity as a form of activism to make meaningful change in the world. Her recent installation at the Everson Museum of Art titled “Now More Than Ever” re-shaped a gallery with thousands of cell phone photos taken from her walks through everyday life. Her miles-long “Cultivators”, labyrinths that she creates by walking in snow, sand, and leaves invite us to pay closer attention to the natural environment. Find out more here: https://laurakreeder.com/

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