Monday, June 27, 2016


The Box Gallery
811-b Belvedere Road,
West Palm Beach, Florida 33405                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Exhibition Dates: 
July 1, 2016 through July 11, 2016

Curators: Mary Jo Aagerstoun and Rolando Chang Barrero

This exhibition showcases the projects, videos, and artwork by local and national artists working on “art in the public interest” work related to climate disruption.

Friday, July 1, 2016 |7-10 p.m.
VIP Opening Reception
The New American Patriot
A Climate Art in the Public Interest

Interactive participatory works, murals, kinetic works, films, installations, and even a burlesque show will be included in this unprecedented survey of how artists create work that inspires and responds to climate change.

The American Patriot celebrates and presents the work of Hot Posse, The Yes Men, Annie Sprinkle, Steve Lambert, Rolando Chang Barrero,The Center for Creative Activism, Aviva Rahmani, Overpass Light Brigade, The Climate Action Coalition, Dana Donaty, Birds are Nice, Llyod Goradesky, Craig McInnis, The Post Carbon Institute, Sarah Younger, and others...

Saturday, July 2, 2016 | 11-12 pm
2nd Screening of Ecosexual Weddings by Annie Sprinkle and ElizaBeth Stephens. (some nudity)
Saturday, July 2, 2016 | 3- 5 pm
In Partnership with "Cultural Corridor" neighbors The Box Gallery and Resource Depot
Children and Parents Workshop
"Solving by the Slice" (suggested donation $5 per family)
Participants will create a three-dimensional plastic pizza/pie slice out of assorted plastic and paper “waste” and other petroleum-driven disposables often consumed by families. Each individual slice creation will be combined to make a whole pie(s), representing 6 things your family can start to do to reduce plastic waste consumption in your household. These pizzas/pies can be delivered to key decision-makers in the community, offering slices of solutions that can be implemented at a larger level.

Resource Depot -GO DEEP Program (Developing Engaged Environmental Problem-Solvers t)


Saturday, July 2, 2016 | 6- 7 pm

Presentation by The Yes Men at 6 pm
and followed by the screening of
Goodbye Gauley Mtn: An Ecosexual Love Story
by Annie Sprinkle and ElizaBeth Stephens. (some nudity)
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