Living Waters of the
Sounds of Water
Living Water Garden
Tibet & China
Planning and Design
Living Waters of Ballona, Los Angeles
Olympic Forest Park
Watershed: Art, Activism and Community Engagement
Inspired by Betsy Damon's lectures, this project addresses the shifting ecological and political dimensions of water. This project, organized by Raoul Deal and Nicolas Lampert, uses art as a form of activism to comment on water issues in Milwaukee and the Great Lakes Basin, and their impact on the world at large.
It tackles issues such as water shortages, notions of abundance, water privatization, invasive species, industrial pollution, and water as a human right. Betsy Damon has a continued presence in the community as a consultant on this ongoing project.
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