The Bureaucracy of Nature
Matt Burnett is an Artist and Environmental Advocate living in the heart of the Adirondacks. His professional work ranges from oil paintings to environmental installations addressing the relationships between Wilderness and Culture.
His work has been included in
exhibitions and collections across the United States and Internationally,
including exhibitions at the Mccord Museum and SUNY Potsdam and environmental
installations at St. Lawrence University and Mt. Desert Island.
This lecture is part of a semester long series used "...to raise campus and community awareness about environmental and sustainability issues and how they touch each and every one of us in our careers and lives," said Matthew J. Burnett, assistant professor of Graphic and Multimedia Design at SUNY Canton, who created the series. Other presentations include:
- Brandon J. Baldwin, an assistant professor in the Automotive program at SUNY Canton, will discuss advances in automotive technology that increase efficiency March 27.
- Rich Douglass is the owner of Sow's Ear Farm, a 160-acre nonelectric horse-powered subsistence farm in Hermon. He will talk about low-tech solutions for a post-carbon world April 3.
- Richard Burns from National Grid will be speaking about reducing oil dependency April 17.
- Nicholas C. Kocher, an assistant professor for Business and Public Administration at SUNY Canton, will discuss marketing sustainability April 24.
For more information about the events, contact Burnett at 386-7212 or email@example.com