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Portraying the Self in the Anthropocene

Portraying the Self in the Anthropocene explores human experiences both locally and globally in the context of a rapidly changing physical world. In order to display the volatile, harsh, and simultaneously playful characteristics of interaction between humans and the natural world, we selected art books, prints, and photographs by a wide array of artists. We hope to bring to light the ways in which people have found appreciation for what the natural world can offer us and how we can take action to protect it.


This exhibition was organized by the 欧洲杯在线平台 “Scaped Subjects” Core II class of Spring 2024. The students are: Priyanka Anantakrishna, Maria Cardiel, Sara Cawley, Emma De Filippes, Abigail Green, Anna Grez, Hope Hansen, Karina Hernandez Macedo, Megan Ikeda, Aniya Jenkins, Talent Johnson, Audrey Karp, Hannah Kaye, Safiya Martinez, Ali McEachern, Francesca Mills, Raelyn Ponce, Sofia Shlomm, Tyarra The.


March 22
April 12


Clark Humanites Museum
1030 Columbia Avenue,
Claremont, 91711
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