Can Art Change our Water Consciousness?

Join EMC and Linda Gass at our next Grass Roots Innovation Program on March 26th from 5:30-7:30 at EMC’s Santa Clara Offices.

Linda Gass is an environmental artist whose work is informed by the wilderness, maps, aerial photography and her activist passions. Her current work explores land use and water issues by portraying aerial views of the human marks on our landscape. Linda’s presentation will take you on a photographic journey to the places that inspire her work, from the wilderness areas of California to some of the significant water interventions in the American West. Linda will show a wide range of her work: stitched paintings on silk, land art made with textiles, photography, new works in glass and a glimpse into at an exhibit she curated about the history and future of water in the Santa Clara Valley. She will also show images of her artistic process: from initial concept sketches to the finished artwork. You will leave with a new appreciation and awareness for water resources and how art can play an important role in educating the public.

Linda will also show images of her artistic process: from initial concept sketches to the finished artwork.

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About Linda Gass
Linda Gass is a professional environmental artist. Her work is on display at the US Embassy in Moscow. She explores land use and water issues in California by portraying aerial views.

Linda Gass

The Grass Roots Innovation Program (GRIP) is a Bay-area series of seminars, lectures and panel discussions featuring well-respected leaders & innovators from a diverse set of industries and careers.  Speakers discuss their leadership styles, personal visions, and strategies for success while reflecting on their views around leadership and innovation.  GRIP is sponsored by EMC, but attendance at GRIP events is open to anyone regardless of employment status or company affiliation.

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