Professor of Art and Ecology Bill Gilbert releases a new book
Professor of Art and Ecology Bill Gilbert releases a new book.
Emeritus Distinguished Professor of Art and Ecology Bill Gilbert has released a new book entitled Arts Programming for the Anthropocene: art in community and environment with Routledge Press. Drawing upon his experience as founder and director of the Land Arts of the American West program, Gilbert makes the case for expanding the frame of tertiary level Fine Arts education beyond the traditional campus context to ensure the ongoing relevance of university and college programs in the Anthropocene epoch. The book includes contributions from five directors of field program on three continents presenting a varied survey of possible models for field-based education.
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