Pam Kress-Dunn will present words and photos about Earth Art, a movement of artists, beginning in the late 1960s, who bring art out of the confines of galleries by creating massive artworks using the land itself. Featured art will include Robert Smithson’s “Spiral Jetty” in Utah’s Great Salt Lake, Agnes Denes’ “Wheatfield: A Confrontation” near the newly-built World Trade Center, Walter De Maria’s “Lightning Field” in New Mexico, and Andy Goldsworthy’s “Ice Arch” at the North Pole. Celebrate Earth Day by witnessing the amazing works made by artists using the earth itself! Pam Kress-Dunn, Program, RE, & Library Committees. Facilitated by Calvin Gatch.