A Guide to Loss and Grieving in the Anthropocene – Art, Psychology and Climate Change
November 20 @ 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm
Please join us for a presentation on the topic of climate change and associated personal and community impacts. This 90-minute exploration considers a diverse range of perspectives drawn from the worlds of art and psychology and will include opportunity for facilitated community dialogue and expression.
Deanna Witman is a Maine transdisciplinary artist working with photographic media. She was educated in the environmental sciences which led to her working as a field biologist for more than a decade. Her creative practice is a merger of inquiry and discovery with that of experimentation and expression. Her work questions our relationship to the natural world, our place in the universe, and our responsibly to this earth and those who inhabit it. She is an Assistant Professor in Environmental Humanities at Unity College and the Managing Editor of Hawk & Handsaw – The Journal of Creative Sustainability.
Will Hafford, is a clinical psychologist in private practice and also an associate professor of psychology and adventure therapy at Unity College. His areas of study include climate change psychology, the mental health benefits of nature, and the impacts of experiential group work.