Artist’s Books & Environmental Justice Lucia Harrison will moderate a panel of artists whose works deeply reflect concerns for the environment and the planet. Shu-Ju Wang, Beverly Naidus, and Suze Woolf present selections from their work, showcasing their unique perspectives, and the processes that bring their environmentally engaged art to life. 


  • Suze Woolf studied ceramics and printmaking at the University of Washington and worked in computer graphics for many years. Inspired by nature and science, she explores media from painting, paper-casting, artist books and pyrography to installation – sometimes all together.
  • Beverly Naidus, ecoartist, author, workshop facilitator, and Emerita Professor of Interdisciplinary Arts, UW Tacoma, and author of Arts for Change: Teaching Outside the Frame (New Village Press) is currently writing a new book, and facilitating community art projects to create dialog about the pandemic time and ways we can co-create the kind of world we want.
  • Shu-Ju Wang is a painter and book artist whose work focuses on the environment and conservation; she’s currently exploring additional avenues for more hands-on approaches in our defense against environmental collapse.

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