Connecting People + Place

#HudsonInspired: Artist Matthew Friday Considers Water, Waste

Not many artists think deeply about ecology and water, but artist-writer-educator Matthew Friday has done exactly that in multidisciplinary works such as DUMP!, Stories of Water and Waste, and more. Friday credits his interest in ecology to a childhood spent...

Hiking by Art

A wall-mounted phone with a rotary dial and a curly cord. A decade or two ago, an Appalachian Trail hiker like Dan Foeller could pretty safely have bet it was just another pay phone. Passing it earlier this summer, though,...

#HudsonInspired: Artist Jean Shin Reimagines Fallen Trees

Frederic Church and his fellow painters of the Hudson River School saw nature in a beautiful, romantic light. Contemporary artists can’t, says Jean Shin: “We don’t have the ability to romanticize nature because of climate change.”Shin, who was born in...

Exploring Green Careers: SERENA PADILLA, Garden Educator

The statistics are impressive: by 2030, more than 24 million new jobs could be created globally by shifting to a greener economy, according to the International Labour Organization. But what actually are those jobs, and what do they take? La Voz...

Explorando Carreras Ecológicas: SERENA PADILLA, Garden Educator

Las estadísticas son impresionantes: para el año 2030, más de 24 millones de trabajos pueden ser creado globalmente por la economía verde, según La Organización Internacional de Labor. ¿Qué son algunos tipos de estos trabajos y que hacen estas personas?...