Virtual Student Guide Tour: Climate Change, with Sophia Mautz


Saturday, April 17, 2021, 11:00am to 11:30am


Harvard Art Museums—Online

Sophia Mautz ’21 illuminates our unfolding climate crisis in her tour focused on three works of art: a 14th-century handscroll painting from Japan, Earthquake from the Legendary History of the Jin’o-ji; a photograph from 1978 by American artist Ana Mendieta, Untitled [filueta grass mound burnt with a cast iron hand, Iowa]; and Highland, Franklin, Yucca, a 1999 acrylic painting by Ed Ruscha. Author of a poetry thesis about climate change, Mautz will touch on topics such as the depiction of disaster and the association of women with the earth.

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