This is the short version of a Powerpoint presentation I’m using in talks about the dangers of GMOs. You can view this presentation in fullscreen mode by mousing over it and clicking the “double arrow” icon at the bottom.
Don’t Shop with G-Nome, Monotype Print from the “Don’t Shop with G-Nome” series by artist Catie Faryl, 2013.
Catie Faryl will be presenting her art and engage audiences in dialogue on the topic of genetically engineered seeds and foods on two dates in March. “Don’t Shop with the G-Nome: How and Why I avoid GMOs” is a painless way to learn more about this difficult and important topic. Using her artwork and writings to expose facets of concern, she has created an ironic and amusing journey from farm to market. She shares some ways to outsmart the “G-Nome” and how to reduce this shadow presence through shining, healing light and creative solutions.
“Don’t Shop with the G-Nome: How and Why I Avoid GMOs”
Art Presence Gallery, 206 Fifth Street, Jacksonville, Oregon
Sunday March 9th from 3 to 4 pm Art & Talk by Catie Faryl
for more information or to schedule a talk call 541 535-1854
Art work will be on display from March 7 through March 30
Fri Sat Sun 11 am to 5 pm
in a group show at Art Presence titled “Journey with Me”
*Art Talk will be repeated at Ashland Library on Monday, March 17th from 3 to 4 pm