Anchorage Museum SEED Lab

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Beach Front Silent Disco by Buck Walsky (re-creation of his Burning Man art installation on the front lawn of the Anchorage Museum). Photo from the Anchorage Museum of Art website.

The Land Art Generator is thrilled to be included among several creative practitioners participating at the Anchorage Museum's SEED Lab. We're looking forward to gaining a more in depth understanding of the climate issues facing urban and rural communities in Alaska and working collaboratively at the intersection of energy, creativity, culture, and environment.

From the Anchorage Museum's website:

SEED Lab puts creative practitioners in service of and in partnership with the community in proposing solutions to challenges facing Northern places, people and climate and in establishing the North as a catalyst for change.

SEED Lab programs and activities focus on creative and critical thinking as a way for the North to be aspirational and solutions-based and to connect people and ideas in ways that have not occurred before—in a radical, relevant and transformative ways. SEED Lab projects are guided by cohorts, which are cross-disciplinary and include creative practice professionals, community change agents (residents), and other experts.

Anchorage is host to some of the key issues facing the globe. As a Northern community, we are transforming environmental, social and economic challenges into opportunities that potentially can be shared with communities around the world.