Archive: art

7 Articles

Arts & Culture
Cecilia Cassidy
Summer 2023

Nature, Crisis, Consequence: Using the Past to Rethink Environmental Change

Common Home editor Cecilia Cassidy reviews an innovative art exhibit by the New York Historical.…

September 9, 2023

Arts & Culture
Elyza Bruce
Rebecca Rutstein
Summer 2023

The synergy between the arts and the sciences: representing the wonders of the natural world through visual art

Rebecca Rutstein, an interdisciplinary artist, and Elyza Bruce, Common Home Editor, discuss artistic process and the interconnected synergy between science and the fine.…

August 28, 2023

Arts & Culture
Fall 2022
Marion Cassidy

Re-Made in Cambodia, an Eco-Friendly Fashion Show

Georgetown alumna and current Fulbright grantee Alyssa Kardos Loera gives Common Home a behind the scenes look at how she creates a sustainable Cambodian-centric fashion show in…

October 2, 2022

Arts & Culture
Environmental Health
Melissa-Kelly Franklin
Sadie Morris

To Plan a Family: Children, Hope, and the Climate Crisis

A discussion with playwright Melissa-Kelly Franklin on having children in a climate.…

August 25, 2022

Arts & Culture
Claire Catenaccio
Spring 2022
What We're Reading

What We’re Reading: A Journal of Solitude

Georgetown Professor Claire Catenaccio reviews May Sarton's book A Journal of Solitude for Common. …

April 8, 2022

Arts & Culture
Marion Cassidy
Sam Cormier
Spring 2022

The Minds of Plants

Common Home editors cover Professor Patricia Vieria's project, The Mind of Plants, that brings together artists, researchers, and academics to reflect on the relationship between…

April 6, 2022

Arts & Culture
Climate & Energy
Lub Dub
Marion Cassidy
Spring 2021

Leading with Empathy

LubDub Theatre Company puts human emotions around the environment center…

July 8, 2021