Planet Earth, the Environment and our Future

The Waterfire Arts Center, Providence, RI March 19 – May 1 Joan Hall will be exhibiting her Installation Algae Bloom  in an Exhibition that looks at the interconnected nature of our world through Art and Science 

Making Waves

BOSTON, MA – As the largest habitat on our planet, the Earth’s oceans are vast ecosystems of which only a small fraction has been explored. Today, our oceans are greatly endangered by human activity, and recent studies have found that approximately 8 million metric tons of plastic enter the ocean on an annual basis…Read more »

Venice Biennale 2019

11 May to 24 November, 2019.
Preview Events 9-10 May
Palazzo Mora and Palazzo Bembo

Since 2011, PERSONAL STRUCTURES is a recurring theme for the bi-annual Exhibition organized by the…Read more »

ART AND ADVOCACY 2018

art-and-advocacy

The “Art + Environmental Advocacy” panel discussion presented on July 6th at the Newport Art Museum was the most enlightening advocacy session I have ever attended. That it was launched and cadenced by the monographic art exhibition that surrounded the panelists in the premier Ilgenfritz Gallery of the Museum – the creatively buoyant…Read more »

5 Gyres Expedition

SEA CHANGE EXPEDITION 2015

Joan Hall was a crew member on the research expedition with the 5 Gyres Institute aboard the schooner, the “Mystic”. They sailed from Miami to…Read more »