‘High Water Mark’: Climate Activist-Artist Mira Lehr Champions Nature in Exhibit Online From Mennello Museum of American Art
Mira Lehr, one of the art world’s pioneer climate activists, honors her 50th anniversary of championing nature with "High Water Mark" at the Mennello Museum of American Art. The museum's new online art resources feature fun and creative digital tools for parents and children staying at home for social distancing. Mira Lehr has been championing environmental action since 1969, decades before others jumped on the climate bandwagon. It was fifty-one years ago that Buckminster Fuller chose Lehr for his groundbreaking World Game project. This was during the first lunar landing and a year before the first Earth Day, which celebrates its 50th anniversary on April 22. Installation
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