Seeing Climate Change?
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Seeing Climate Change? Episode 2
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Episode 2. Reading a Painted Landscape 

by Makenzie Smith 

A beginner’s guide to reading landscape paintings, as told by experts. A dialogue between a Curator of Art, Professor of Earth Sciences, Professor of Art History, and one of her students.

Learn More

● The William Benton Museum of Art https://benton.uconn.edu/

● Painting by William Louis Sonntag, Blue Ridge Wilderness (c. 1859) https://benton.uconn.edu/anthropocene-exhibition/anthropocene-exhibition-works-in-the-exhibition/sonntag-blue-ridge-wilderness/

Guests

Professor Elizabeth Athens, Assistant Professor of Art History, University of Connecticut; Professor Robert Thorson, Professor of Earth Sciences, University of Connecticut; Dr. Amanda Douberley, Assistant Curator/Academic Liaison, William Benton Museum of Art.

Transcript

https://docs.google.com/document/d/1GBcvNvPTPZoKYFueOGDuBiFJzWmXI5eX/edit?usp=drive_link&ouid=101808049415986470646&rtpof=true&sd=true

Episode Credits

● Makenzie Smith: production, script, narration, sound mix

● Hannah Mechtenberg: final sound mix

● Alexander Filippides: Podcast theme music

● Owstu via Freesound.org: Piano motif (2)

● Exuberate via Freesound.org: Ambience interior museum cafe sounds

● Trygve Larsen via Pixabay.com: Classical Piano by Chopin, Ballade No-03 A flat Major Op-47

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