The mission of SEED is to encourage cross-pollination between the arts and sciences through fine art exhibitions and creative dissemination methods in combination with multi-sensory exploration and education to celebrate the miracle of seeds. Visitors to SEED exhibitions and educational forays are invited to look through the lens of the seed to explore connections between art and science and their personal relationship to the natural world.
SEED :: Haiti
Initiated during the 4th Ghetto Biennial, the Gardens of the Grand Rue project responds to food justice issues through heirloom seed preservation, cultivation and education.
SEED :: disperse
Exhibition at The Dairy Arts Center
2590 Walnut Street | Boulder, Colorado 80302
Reception: June 17th with and artists talk at 6pm
More information: Contact Lee Lee
Woodbine Ecology Center
Follow the development of a SEED Sensorium built to complement the Woodbine mission to promote Indigenous values while exploring human relationship with seeds.
Debris is an interactive, collaborative installation which is being created as a response to problems presented by marine debris, with a focus on single use plastic. The work reflects the literal problem of plastic in marine environments while offering a symbolic representation of the chemical body burdens carried by wildlife and humans alike. In presenting these issues, we are asked to consider misplaced cultural notions of “disposability”, calling in to question consumer driven waste which has devalued what is in fact a very important material.
Event Space & Gallery
Workshops – Retreats – Family Gatherings – Weddings
Collection of international artworks & paintings for sale
Restoring the Cheever farmhouse to be a platform for engagement