Tied into the System: Works by Hannah Perrine Mode Opening March 17th 2018
Tied into the System Hannah Perrine Mode Tied into the System explores the way we are tethered to invisible forces - geological, social, emotional - around us all the time. Join us for the opening reception on Saturday, march 17th from 3pm - 6pm.
Tied Into the System is informed by ongoing collaboration with the Juneau Icefield Research Program in Alaska and the Environmental Science department at Mills College in Oakland.
Hannah Perrine Mode is an interdisciplinary artist, educator, and illustrator, originally from MA and currently living in Oakland, CA. Through her work, she helps people to access a more empathic and intimate understanding of climate science, geologic forces, and human geography. She has studied the relationship between people and place while living on fault lines around the world: from the Peruvian Andes to Iceland to the Bay Area and Southeast Alaska. Hannah works with the Juneau Icefield Research Program on ways to use art as a tool for interdisciplinary learning and science communication – as the inaugural Artist-in-Residence in 2017, and currently as Art Program Coordinator and Science Communication Faculty. In the Bay Area, Hannah organizes a variety of community place-making and storytelling projects, works as a freelance illustrator, and teaches art. She has a BS in Studio Art from Skidmore College and will be graduating with an MFA in Studio Art from Mills College in May 2018.