Born in 1949, Lee Chisholm has been a lawyer (1980-95), a first through eighth grade Waldorf school class teacher (1995-2008), and a Quaker school seventh/eighth grade science, math, and social studies teacher (2008—present). Throughout that time he has exercised (though more like a jogger than a triathlete) his great love of drawing, painting, storytelling, and theater. Currently, he maintains a studio in Portland and a membership in the Union of Maine Visual Artists, As a longstanding member of 350 Maine and the convenor of 350 Greater Portland, much of his art has focused on arts activism relating to climate justice: street theater pieces, banners, signs, and props giving visual expression and soul to the passions and ideals of the climate justice movement. He relishes, too, the once-a-month sessions with ARRT!, which provides opportunity to dedicate hours of fun, collaborative, creative energy making art with others on a host of themes.
|ID||Event Name||Duration||Start Date|
|Banners Illustrating Issues You Care Most About (Two Days)||1 Days||August 7, 2017|