Tag Archives: Our Expanding Oceans

“Climate Change Depicted in Art”

Christina Hum wrote the following article for the IMSG Employee Newsletter, July 2011. In early 2010, IMSG employee and Geospatial Analyst Matt Pendleton was presented with an interesting outreach project. Mary Edna Fraser, a contemporary American textile artist, wanted to illustrate projected sea level rise for the year 2100 in an art project showing the […]
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Collaboration recognized by CoastalCare.org

The following article about the ongoing collaboration of Mary Edna Fraser and Orrin Pilkey appeared on CoastalCare.org.  Their forum is on a mission to raise awareness of the many unsustainable practices that are harming the world’s beaches and coasts, advocate for sensible science-based policies and regulations that will protect and preserve coastlines and beaches around […]
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Mary Edna Fraser fills Columbia’s McKissick Museum with large-scale silks of threatened landscapes

The Art of Environmental Awareness: Batiks by Mary Edna Fraser August 14 – December 14, 2010 McKissick Museum, University of South Carolina, Columbia, SC Opening Reception – Friday, November 12, 2010, 5:30-7:30 Free and open to the public Please join us for a reception as Mary Edna speaks about her batiks.  Also speaking will be her long-time collaborative […]
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