About the Artist:

New Mexico-based artist and researcher Nina Elder creates projects that reveal humanity’s dependence on, and interruption of, the natural world. With a focus on changing cultures and ecologies, Nina advocates for collaboration between institutions, artists, scientists, and diverse communities. Nina is also co-founder of the Wheelhouse Institute, a women’s climate leadership initiative.

Nina lectures as a visiting artist/scholar at universities, develops publicly engaged programs, and consults with organizations that seek to grow through interdisciplinary programming. Nina’s research has been supported by the Andy Warhol Foundation, the Rauschenberg Foundation award for Arts & Activism, the Pollock Krasner Foundation, and the Mellon Foundation.

Thanks to our generous sponsor, Rhode Island Council for the Humanities!