“Penokee Impact Statement” exhibit
Sept 3- Sept 28, 2014
Opening Reception: Friday, Sept 5, 5pm-7pm
Washburn Cultural Center, Washburn Wisconsin.
An environmental impact statement is a tool for decision making, decision making, describing the positive and negative environmental effects of a proposed action. Projects like the proposed Penokee open pit mine however, are driven by deeply held human values and emotional connections not included in an EIS. In this exhibit, five visual artists will share their interpretations of an Environmental Impact Statement for the Penokee Hills.
ARTISTS: Joel Austin, Wesley Ballinger, Terry Daulton, Ann Singsaas, Amanda Szot.