Art at the BlueLine
This year, the Waterfront Alliance and City of Water Day is exploring the BlueLine—the future high tide line—to collectively highlight the risk we all face from sea level rise and coastal storms. More than one million people in our region face direct risks from coastal flooding today. Experience the BlueLine through the work of three extraordinary climate artists, featured below. These talented individuals have been selected by our art jury for their unique perspective on climate issues and sea level rise through the lens of artistic expression. The pieces will include a variety of mediums from live performances to stationary materials.
On September 23, meet the artists behind Art at the BlueLine! Join us for a discussion with the three artists, currently displaying their works across the Seaport District, on how art forms can help engage the personal values and emotions that are so crucial to motivate action on the existential crisis of climate change. An audience Q&A session will follow the panel discussion.
September 23, 4-5:15 PM