Missoula Art Museum - Species in Peril Along the Rio Grande
Species in Peril Along the Rio Grande
by 516 Arts

Copyright: 2019

Cover by Cannupa Hanska Luger
Land Acknowledgement by Rosie Thunderchief with Roger Fragua and Brophy Toledo
Preface by Suzanne Sbarge, Executive Director of 516 ARTS
Essays by curators Josie Lopez, PhD and Subhankar Banerjee as well as journalist Laura Paskus

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Includes artist's statements will full-page images of their work as well as a full exhibition list, regional collaboration partners, and public programs.

516 ARTS and partners presented Species in Peril Along the Rio Grande, an exhibition and series of regional public programs responding to the global biological crisis described in the new UN Report that officially state that nature's dangerous decline is "unprecedented," and species extinction rates are accelerating at an alarming pace. According to a recent New York Times editorial, the report says, "'Biodiversity' " a word encompassing all living flora and fauna " 'is declining faster than at any time in human history,' estimating that 'around 1 million species already face extinction, many within decades,' unless the world takes transformative action to save natural systems."

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