ecoartspace is a nonprofit organization providing opportunities for artists who address environmental issues. Working together since 1999, Patricia Watts (founder/curator) and Amy Lipton (director/curator) have collaborated with hundreds of artists and organizations to produce exhibitions, public art works, programs, and events nationally and internationally. Recent projects include the development of a video archive of interviews with pioneering ecological artists, and an Art & Ecology Learning Guide series of replicable social practice public art projects including the 2013 release of Eve Mosher’s HighWaterLine ACTION GUIDE at the Marfa Dialogues, Rauschenberg Project Space, New York, NY. Click here to visit the website of ecoartspace