Climate Disruptions in the High Arctic – Impacts to St. Lawrence Seaway and Ottawa River Tributary

I believe my art contributes to climate change discussions. Sailing the Top of the World – Climate Change in the High Arctic, is a 30 page Arts and Photography book published 2021.  Its been 2 years since your generous support of my Kickstart helping me participate as a Canadian artist in the important interdisciplinary artist residency, Arctic Circle 2019 Arts & Sciences Expedition. Follow-up has included the BLOG (clic above), in gratitude creating the Kickstarter rewards, public presentations and the recent related publication of this book.

My ongoing BLOG entries are titled and dated with images and texts aimed to entertain and inform starting at the early planning stages of the Arctic Expedition, through to inspired clarity of the intersections of my High Arctic research with the St. Lawrence Basin and tributaries.

Freshwater – Saltwater, Demo Video 37 sec. https://vimeo.com/504219683

To contact me directly shawkins@rogers.com. https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/sandrahawkins/arctic-circle-2019-arts-and-sciences-expedition-re?ref=project_build. To view more of my work for purchase: http://www.sandrahawkins.ca

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