The Gwen Frostic Lecture Series at Western Michigan University presents seminars, readings and workshops by local, national, and international experts on a wide variety of subjects relating to the environment. All events are open to the public.
Bill McKibben - Oct. 10, 2013
The first environmental studies Gwen Frostic Series event of the 2013-14 academic year will bring renowned writer and climate change advocate Bill McKibben to campus on Oct. 10. This event is co-sponsored in part by the WMU Center for Humanities, Kalamazoo Nature Center and People's Food Co-op. Mark your calendars!
Spare | Change: The Art of Climate exhibit
In conjunction with McKibben's visit, the environmental studies program is sponsoring a funded call for artwork on climate change to be exhibited Oct. 10-17. Spare | Change: The art of climate is a juried, competitive exhibit for students to share their creative vision on climate change.
All full or part-time WMU students enrolled during fall 2013 are eligible to apply.
Selected students will receive a stipend. Additional awards will be conferred on the night of the opening reception.
Artwork may be submitted beginning Friday, Aug. 9 and must be received by Monday, Sept. 9.
Coordinator and Associate Professor
Photography and Intermedia Area
WMU Frostic School of Art
Full details of the exhibit and submission of artwork