October 2, 2017
Interview with Jennifer Riley-Chetwynd
This blog post and video are part of the ongoing series for Water Line: A Creative Exchange. CVA interviewed Jennifer Riley-Chetwynd, Director of Marketing & Social Responsibility, at the Denver Botanic Gardens about water stewardshipM.
The issues and policy around water can be very complex and hard to navigate. That is why CVA and the Denver Botanic Gardens worked together to reduce the barriers of entry into this conversation through Water Line: a creative exchange. By using art as a vehicle for the message of water stewardship more people are able to start talking about how water affects their lives, their communities, and the world. When art is used to start conversations larger groups are exposed to different perspectives on water and water policy. Whether through art exhibitions or gardens, it is important to highlight the important topic of water stewardship so that more people are involved in the conversations surrounding it. Learn more about the Denver Botanic Gardens and their programs here.
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