Water, Art, and The Great Lakes at the Rochester Contemporary Art Center
July 15, 2016 @ 5:30 pm - 7:30 pm
Rochester Contemporary Art Center (RoCo) will host a panel discussion in conjunction with RoCo’s new public art project currently on display, What You Put In. Comprising the panel will be the artist, Kevin Dartt, the Executive Director for The Nature Conservancy’s Central & Western NY Chapter, Jim Howe, Alliance for the Great Lakes Watershed Project Coordinator for New York, Nate Drag, Executive Director of the Seneca Park Zoo Society, Pamela Reed Sanchez, and Democrat & Chronicle Reporter, Steve Orr. The discussion will cover a range of topics relevant to water protection, including: the most critical issues the organizations face, the role of art and activism in raising awareness, and an overview of Great Lakes issues.
Due to a neighborhood festival later in the evening, street parking on Broad St. and Lawn St. is recommended. The Scio St. Parking Garage is also recommended for paid parking.