“Endangered Earth” Art Exhibit Features Work From Affiliated Artist Nigella Hillgarth

Affiliated Artist Nigella Hillgarth joins ten artists for “Endangered Earth”, a one-week exploration of environmental crisis on display at Ceres Gallery in New York. “Endangered Earth” runs from December 10-14, 2019 with a reception on December 12 at 6:00pm.

From December 10-14, 2019 Affiliated Artist Nigella Hillgarth will showcase her art, including pieces from her Climate Science Alliance Summer Climate Art Fellowship in the “Endangered Earth” exhibit in New York. Hillgarth joins ten other distinguished artists who work with a variety of mediums.

“Endangered Earth” can be viewed at Ceres Gallery in Manhattan, New York from December 10-14, 2019 from 12:00 - 6:00pm. All are invited to attend the opening reception on December 12 from 6:00 - 8:00pm.

Nigella Hillgarth was our 2019 Summer Climate Art Fellow. You can view her work here:


Learn more about our Affiliated Artists program here:


For more information on the “Endangered Earth” exhibition at Ceres Gallery, please view the Press Release here:


Featured photo is from Hillgarth's exhibit showcasing her work from the Summer Climate Art Fellowship with CAICE. Learn more here.

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