|"Dripping Down the Drain"|
Turner uses her "Dripping Down the Drain" to bring focus to what is becoming a global water crisis. People living in the United States use an average of 176 gallons of water each day. In Africa, people use a mere five gallons. According to a report by the United Nations, by the year 2025, two-thirds of the global population will face water shortages. Ironically, I received an email today with a flyer highlighting April as Water Conservation Month. If I hadn't just seen Turner's show, the likelihood is that I would have deleted the email without even looking at it. Instead, I took a look at the "water challenge" that students are being asked to participate in. Click here to find out easy ways that you can conserve water in your daily life.
|"High Frequency Trading"|
"Viewpoints: All Sewn Up" will be on display at the UUF through the end of the month. I urge you to stop by to see the show if you get the chance.
To learn more about the art of Patricia Anderson Turner, you can go to her website by clicking here.