Andrea Bowers: Climate Change is Real

Feb 27, 2023

About the Exhibition

Welcome to La Historia Society's thought-provoking exhibition "Andrea Bowers: Climate Change is Real". In this immersive experience, we aim to shed light on the pressing issue of climate change and its impact on our society. Through the artistic lens of Andrea Bowers, we invite you to explore the complexities and challenges associated with this global crisis.

The Art of Andrea Bowers

Andrea Bowers is an acclaimed contemporary artist known for her socially engaged artworks. By merging art and activism, Bowers uses her creations to raise awareness about pressing sociopolitical issues, with a strong focus on environmental concerns. In this exhibition, Bowers invites viewers to reflect upon the urgency of climate change and to collectively take action.

Understanding Climate Change

Climate change refers to long-term shifts in temperature and weather patterns, primarily caused by human activities such as burning fossil fuels, deforestation, and industrialization. The consequences of climate change are far-reaching, including rising sea levels, extreme weather events, melting glaciers, and the loss of biodiversity.

Exploring the Exhibit

The exhibition consists of a diverse range of artwork, including installations, sculptures, photographs, and multimedia presentations. Each piece explores different facets of climate change, highlighting both its devastating effects on vulnerable communities and the potential for collective action and change. Prepare to be moved, inspired, and challenged as you explore the thought-provoking works created by Andrea Bowers.

Raising Awareness and Taking Action

La Historia Society believes that art has the power to inspire meaningful change. By showcasing the work of artists like Andrea Bowers and addressing pertinent social issues, we aim to raise awareness about climate change and foster a sense of community engagement. We encourage you to join us in this collective effort to address the urgent challenges posed by climate change.

Joining the Community

As part of the exhibition, La Historia Society will be hosting various events aimed at engaging the community in dialogue and action. These events include interactive discussions, workshops, and awareness campaigns. By participating, you can contribute to the ongoing conversation surrounding climate change and make a positive impact within your community.

Visit the Exhibition

The Andrea Bowers: Climate Change is Real exhibition is open to the public during the specified dates and times. Admission is free, and we welcome visitors of all ages and backgrounds. Come and explore the thought-provoking art, gain new perspectives, and join us in the collective effort to address climate change.


La Historia Society and Andrea Bowers invite you to engage with the powerful exhibition "Climate Change is Real". Through art and community, we aim to increase awareness, foster discussions, and inspire action to mitigate the effects of climate change. Join us in creating a brighter, more sustainable future for our planet and future generations.