Curriculum Vitae


2016-present Liquid City, NYC

2017-present Works on Water, co-founder/co-producer, artists’ residency and triennial for artists working on, in and with the water, based in NYC

2016-present play:groundNYC, co-founder, board member, child rights and free play advocacy organization operating an adventure playground on Governors Island, NYC


2018-present Social Sciences Research Center – Bodies of Water, contributor

Water, Arts & Culture, ArtPlace and US Water Alliance, Advisor and Arts & Culture Delegation

2015-present The Climate Museum, Advisor



Seeding Possibilities, with Creative Catalysts, Los Angeles, CA

HighWaterLine|Delray Beach w/Florida Earth Festival, Delray, FL

2014 HighWaterLine|Bristol w/Invisible Dust & Creative Catalysts, Bristol, England

HighWaterLine|Philadelphia w/Chemical Heritage Foundation, Philadelphia, PA


HighWaterLine|Miami w/ Creative Catalysts, Miami, FL

Lose/Loss/Lost w/Elastic City, NYC

MEADlab, Waterfall Arts, Belfast, Maine

Insert (Your Idea) Here, w/Mary Miss, City as Living Laboratory and Jane’s Walk, NYC


Insert____Here, w/, NYC, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil


Seeding the City, NYC | Washington, D.C. | Cambridge, MA


Paths of Desire – The Big Draw, The Drawing Center & River to River Festival, NYC

Inter-related, NYC Wildflower Week & Union Square Parks Conservancy, NYC


Insert ____ Here, Brooklyn, NY | The Netherlands | Manhattan, NY

I See You in Me / The Path of Water in NYC, Highbridge Park, NY


HighWaterLine, Brooklyn & Lower Manhattan, NY


“eve s. mosher,” Truckee Meadows Community College Gallery, Reno, NV

After the Wind,” Maturango Museum, Ridgecrest, CA


“re/cognition,” The Tahoe Gallery, Sierra Nevada College, Incline Village, NV

reinvented nature reinvented,” Sierra Arts Gallery, Reno, NV

The Culture of Sharing, Phantom Galleries, San Jose, CA


Nevada Museum of Art



Manhattan Creative Engagement Grant (collaborative work)

Burning Man Global Arts Grant (collaborative work)


Human Impacts Institute, Impact Artist Residency

Red Hook, The Future is Now, Public Art Project, invitation & finalist

Laura B. Vogel Foundation (collaborative work)


Invoking the Pause (collaborative work)

Brooklyn Children’s Museum in residence with play:ground (collaborative work)


Compton Foundation (collaborative work)


Compton Foundation (collaborative work)

Invoking the Pause (collaborative work)

Creative Change Retreat w/Opportunity Agenda


The Kresge Foundation (collaborative work)

Arts Council England (collaborative work)

Lush Foundation (collaborative work)

The Compton Foundation (collaborative work)

11th Hour Foundation (collaborative work)

Invoking the Pause (collaborative work)

Whitman Foundation (collaborative work)


River Summer w/Environmental Consortium


Winter Workspace Program, Wave Hill, NY


Department of Cultural Affairs Regrant, administered by Brooklyn Arts Council

Eugene Lang Visiting Artist, The New School, NYC


College of Tactical Culture, Eyebeam, NYC

Arts & College Preparatory Academy, Visiting Artist, Columbus, OH


NY Foundation for the Arts, Fiscal Sponsorship

NY State Arts Council Individual Artist Tier Award, by Brooklyn Arts Council

Department of Cultural Affairs Regrant, administered by Brooklyn Arts Council


Vermont Studio Center, Artists Grant Award


Fine Arts Museums San Francisco Artist in Residence, De Young Art Center and Legion of Honor, San Francisco, CA



3LD, New York, NY, Works on Water

The Purchase College Center for Community and Culture, Yonkers, NY, Sinking City


Schuylkill Center for Environmental Education, Philadelphia, PA, Going Up: Climate Change + Philadelphia


National Maritime Museum, London, UK, RE-THINK: Environment

Kumho Museum, Seoul, Korea, Waterscapes: The Politics of Water


The Deering Estate, Miami, FL, In Deep


Chemical Heritage Foundation, Philadelphia, PA, Sensing Change


Central Booking, NYC, Un/Natural Occurrences

Michigan Avenue Galleries, Chicago Cultural Center, Chicago, IL, Spontaneous Interventions


Nevada Museum of Art, Reno, NV, and SoFA Gallery, Indiana University, Bloomington, IN, The Canary Project: Landscapes of Climate Change

U.S. Pavilion, Venice Architecture Biennial, Venice, Italy, Spontaneous Interventions

Dwight Frederick Boyden Gallery, St Mary’s College of Maryland, St. Mary’s City, MD, Re-mediate/Re-Vision

Eyebeam, NYC, Surface Tension


Urban Design Week, NYC, Insert Your Ideas Here w/Paul Notzold & Heidi Quante

Dublin Science Museum, Dublin, Ireland, Surface Tension

St. John the Divine, NYC, The Value of Water

New Museum, NYC, D.I.Y. Festival of Ideas for a New City, StreetFest

Textile Arts Center, Brooklyn, NY, Fashioning the Environment


Old Stone House, Brooklyn, NY, D.I.Y. Utopias

Superfront, Brooklyn, NY, Artists who play well with Architects

Stephen Stoyanov Galllery, NYC, MLAB Premiere

Cambridge Arts Council, Cambridge, MA, Re-mediate/Revision

Wave Hill, NYC, Re-mediate/Re-vision

AE Studios LIC, NYC, Excess and Environment, Sustainability in a World of Consumption

Art 94124, San Francisco, CA, Engaging BVHP Youth

Exit Art, NYC, Global/National – The Order of Chaos


Zilkha Gallery, Wesleyan University, Middletown, Connecticut, Global Warming: Artists and Climate Change

EcoArtSpace Soho, NYC, Down To Earth

Skybridge Art & Sound Space, NYC, Signs of Growth + Mobile Gardens

The Sargent Johnson Gallery at The African American Art and Culture Complex, San Francisco, CA, The Welcome to the Neighborhood Project

National College of Art and Design/Gallery, Dublin, Ireland, Space is the Place


Deutsche Bank Gallery, NYC, Feeling the Heat

Freebird Books, Brooklyn, NY, Field Forms

Exit Art, NYC, E.P.A. (Environmental Performance Actions)

Eyebeam, NYC, FeedBack

Sonoma County Museum, Santa Rosa, CA, EcoCentric


McGovern Design House, NYC, Excelsior

Nelson Hancock Gallery, Brooklyn, New York, Topos Brooklyn


Sunset Magazine Idea House, Palo Alto, CA, Idea House, House of Innovation

Design Within Reach Studio, Palo Alto, CA


Roshambo Winery, Healdsburg, CA, Transitory Environments

Paul Whitney Larson Gallery, St. Paul, MN, Responses to Natural Forms

RPS Collective, Oakland, CA, Conceptual Craft

Robert A. Peck Gallery, Riverton, WY, Industrial Interchange Organic

ECOArts Lake County Sculpture Walk, Middletown, CA


Budget Gallery, San Francisco, CA, The Price is Right, Showcase of Artists

ECOArts Lake County Sculpture Walk, Middletown, CA

Gomboc Gallery, Middle Swan, Western Australia, International Mini-Art Exchange


Budget Gallery, San Francisco, CA, The Armory Show

Viridian Gallery, NYC, Multiple Memorials

Budget Gallery, San Francisco, CA, The Great Debate

Mills Building, San Francisco, CA, Selections

Jersey Galleries, Osterley Park, Middlesex, UK, Reconcilable Differences


Budget Gallery, San Francisco, CA, Or Best Offer


Cesar Chavez Art Gallery, San Francisco, CA, 3D – 11 California Sculptors

Sanchez Art Center, Pacifica, CA, Arts on Fire



Barry, Louis, HyperAllergic,  “Urban Ecological Consciousness at Wave Hill,” 10 Aug

S.H., The Economist, “Artists are rediscovering the oceans that surround them,” 24 April

Madson, Diana, Yale Climate Connections, “She marked places threatened by rising seas. Then they flooded.” Feb 20, illus.

Stein, Kate, WLRN, “Got Sea Level Rise or Climate Questions? Here’s Your Chance for Answers,” 31 Jan, illus.


Mansky, Jackie, Smithsonian Second Opinion, “These Nine Artists Will Help You Understand the Future of the Planet,” illus.

Finnegan, Haley, Penn State News, “‘SEEP’ set to explore water as art at Woskob Family Gallery beginning Aug 24,” 8 Aug

Meier, Allison, Hyperallergic, “The Inaugural Triennial on New York’s Waterways Drops Anchor,” June, illus.


Roth, Mimhae Shim, Miami New Times, “Florida’s Climate Crisis Inspires Artists Across the Nation,” 14 October, illus.

Nanci, Anisha, CBS News, “Junkyard or playground paradise? Kids making their own adventures,” 30 Sep, video

Coreal, Annie, The New York Times, “On Governors Island, Mountains of Junk Where Children Find Adventure,” 27 May, illus.

Rok, Ania, UrbAct, 30th March, illus.

Martinelli, Katherine, CityLab, “Where the Wild Kids Are,” 29, Mar, illus.


Eagle, Josh, Coastal Law, illus.

Caldwell, Nicole, Better, The Everyday Art of Sustainable Living

Wright, Sarah Nelson, Brooklyn Rail, “Sarah Nelson Wright and Eve Mosher,” Nov, illus.

Alabiso, Jim, Arbus Magazine, “Water Works – part four water lines,” Sept/Oct, illus.

Lee, Jan, Triple Pundit, “The Line on the Sidewalk, South Florida’s Climate Change

Dilemma,” 28 July, illus.

Moyer, Ellen, Huffington Post, “Art and Climate Change – Inspiring a Sustainable Future,” 14 April

Nadir, Leila, American Scientist, “Walking the Edge of the Earth,” Mar-Apr illus.

Zimmer, Amy, DNAinfo, “8 Things to Know If You Want to Be an Artist in NYC,” 4 Mar


The Guardian, “When nature calls, 12 artists answering back to climate change – in pictures,” 12 May, illus.

Morris, Steven, The Guardian, “Art project to highlight risk of climate change,” 9 Dec, illus., “Bristol flood line: Art project sees city streets chalked.” 12 Sept, illus.

Culture24, “Largest artwork ever commissioned in the UK highlights climate change on streets of Bristol,” 9 Sep, illus.

Brown, Andrew, Art & Ecology Now, illus.

Perez-luna, Elisabeth, WHYY, “Vividly illustrating climate change, artist draws a high water line in Philly neighborhoods,” 7 May, illus.

Bauers, Sandy, Philadelphia Inquirer, “Using artwork to address climate change,” 17 April

Chaimedes, Bill, Conservation Magazine and Huffington Post, “Art Makes Environmental Change Real,” 24, Jan, illus.

Hanscom, Greg, Grist, “Street artists trace against time — and sea level rise,” 7 Jan, illus.

Purves, Ted and Aslan-Selzer, Shane, What We Want is Free, Second Edition, Critical Exchanges in Recent Art


Mori, Ahmed, The Miami Rail, “The Greenhouse Affect,” Winter, 2014, illus.

Krasney, ME & Silva, P, “Civic Ecology Practices, Applying Practice Theory,” Dece, illus.

Rivero, Daniel, Fusion TV, “Miami Underwater: Chalk lines mark sea level rise,” 10 Dec, video.

Doan, Abigail, The Wild Magazine, “HighWaterLine, Visualizing Climate Change,” 26 Nov, illus.

Schachner, Adam, Biscayne Times, “Walk the Line,” Nov, illus.

Johnson, Terrell, The Weather Channel, “How Far Will Sea Levels Rise? In Miami, They Drew Lines on the Pavement to Find Out,” 20 Nov, illus.

Davidov, Shelley, Miami New Times, ”HighWaterLine Project Charts the Impact of Sea Level Rise in Miami“, 15 Nov, illus.

Viega, Christine, Miami Herald, “Environmentalists draw line on pavement to draw attention to Miami Beach sea level rise,“ 14 Nov, video, illus.

Stone, Rick, WLRN, “Why Modern Human Beings Aren’t Built to Grasp Climate Change,“ 7 Nov, illus.

Lifson, Shari, “Science in the Streets,” State of the Planet, Earth Institute, 21 June, illus.

Helmke, Juliet, “Eco-Visualization: Aesthetics for Sustainability,” Urban Omnibus, 10 April,


DAMn, “Waterways: Sane and Sanitary,” March/April, illus.

McCullough, Malcom, Ambient Commons: Attention in the Age of Embodied Information, illus.


Quante, Heidi, HQInterviews, “ART as a Tool for Change,” 7 Aug, illus.

Kolbert, Elizabeth, The New Yorker, “Talk of the Town: Crossing the Line,” 12 Nov

Wier, Bill, ABC Nightline News, “Chasing Ice,” 16 Nov, video

CSPA Quarterly: The Sea is Rising, Eve Mosher, illus.

Grant, Daniel, Huffington Post, “’Sustainability’ has Become a Growing Focus of Artists’  (and Art Schools’) Attention,” 11 Apr


Gilbert, Ame and Raviv, Yael, “Space to Grow: Women, Art and the Urban Agricultural Movement”

Watson, Della, Sierra, “Seven Examples of Green Graffiti,” 18 Dec, illus.

Sheridan, Cormac, NewScientist, “CultureLab: Surface Tension: Facing the Future of Water,” 6 Dec

Hanscom, Greg, Grist, “Underwater Homes, A Visual Guide to NYC’s Future Floods,” 20 Oct, illus.

MacIsaac, Tara, The Epoch Times, “Insert Green Space Here,” 11 Oct, illus.

Boyer, Mark, Inhabitat, “Insert____Here Points to Climate Change Solutions,” 24 Sept, illus.

Daily, Jessica, Inhabitat, “Insert____Here Project Points Out Prime Spots for Green Solutions Around NYC,” 22 Sept, illus.

Clendaniel, Morgan, FastCompany, “Insert Here, Asking People How They Would Improve their Cities,” 19 Sept, illus.

Hulkower, Bonnie, Treehugger, “Check Out New York City’s First Urban Design Week,” 17 Sept, illus.

Schmidt, Ulli, Zeitungsverlag tz München, “Project Zunkunft: So liebenwir,” 26 May, illus.

Klanten, Robert; Ehmann, Steven; Bolhofer, Kitty; My Green City, illus.


Martin, Edward, UrbanFarm, “Gardens Transform Urban Living,” 10 Nov

Mattingly, Kate, Pinkline Project,”Is art garbage if there’s no audience?” 7 June

Lubowski-Jahn, Alicia, Eco-Chick, “Eve S. Mosher: Eco Art Visualizing Powerful Intentions,” Mar, illus.

Hattam, Jennifer, Treehugger, “Miami and Brooklyn Artists Plant a Flag for Nature,” Jan, illus.


Battenfield, Jackie, The Artists’ Guide: How to Make a Living Doing What You Love

Bandhari, Heather Darcy and Melber, Jonathon, Art/Work

Morgan, James David, Groundswell Blog, “Seeding the City,” Nov, illus.

Zeiger, Mimi, I.D. Magazine, “Green Scheme: A New York artist harnesses social networking to build roof gardens,” Oct, illus.

Packard, Lauren, The Harvard Crimson, “NYC Artist Speaks about Eco Project,” Mar, illus.


Romano, Danato, L’Uomo Vogue, “The Creative Fight vs Global Warming,” July/Aug, illus.

Hansen, Niels, Natur vejilader, “Klima pa kogepunket.” Aug, illus.

Randolph, Elizabeth, Prattfolio, “HighWaterLine,”  Apr, illus.

Muller, Mike, Gotham Gazette, “A City by the Sea — or Under It?” 10 Mar, illus.

Stella, Suzanne, NYFA Current, “Art as Intervention, A Roundtable,” illus.


Silverman, Justin, AM New York, “Outlining the future,” 22 Oct, illus.

Rothstein, Meryl, GOOD, “Thin Blue Line,” Sept/Oct, illus.

Cascarano, Chris, Brooklyn Paper, “Drawing the line on global warming,” 8 Sep, illus.

Siluk-Gregory, Shirley, Green Options, “Artist Takes Climate Change to the Streets,” Sept

Cho, Renee, Riverkeeper, Fall, illus.

Gardner, Kasey-Dee, Discovery Channel News, “Environmental Artist Warns of Climate Change,” 15 Aug, video

Goodman, Andy, Free Range Thinking, “Taking it to the Streets,” Aug, illus.

Lesnes, Corine, Le Monde, “Une etude sonne l’alarme sur le climat futur du Nord-Est americain,” 19 July

Simmons, Rachel, Circa Art Magazine, “New York Artist Draws the Line for Global Warming,” June

Kennedy, Randy, New York Times, “The Handwriting on the Road,” 16 June, illus.


Modder, Sabine, Art Moco, “Drought,” 30 Oct, illus.


Lindblom, John, Lake County Record-Bee, “EcoArts blends art and nature,” 18 June


Skorupa, Susan, Reno Gazette-Journal, “Downtown Reno galleries catch on,” Jan, illus.

Torch, David, Reno News and Review, “Memory reinvented,” 30 Jan, illus.


Sy Quito, Carolyn, Golden Gate Express, “Art Gallery Opens in 3D,” Sept

Currier, Joanna, San Francisco Downtown, “Opening Doors on Art,” Oct



One Water Summit, Recovering Stronger, Minneapolis, MN

Global Network of Water Museums Art & Water Seminar, Art & Water, ‘s-Hertogenbosch, The Netherlands


Cultural Programs of the National Academy of Sciences, DASER (DC Art Science Evening Rendezvous), Washington, DC

University of Pennsylvania Program in Environmental Humanities, Schuylkill River and

Urban Waters Research Seminar, Philadelphia, PA

Penn State College of Arts and Architecture, Public Conversation: Artists and Water, State College, PA

The Climate Museum, Fear and Hope in the Climate Conversation, NYC

Metropolitan Museum of Art, Artists on Artworks, New York, NY


Eyebeam, Spilling Over: New York 2050, NYC

ThoughtWorks, Solar Salon:Brainstorming Culture and Climate Change, NYC

Arizona State University, Balance/UnBalance (keynote), Tempe, AZ


Colgate University, Narrating Change, Hamilton, NY

University of Pennsylvania, Climate SmArt: Artists Respond to Climate ChangePhiladelphia, PA

Cedar Crest College, Artist as Collaborator through Art & Science, Allentown, Pennsylvania


Marfa Dialogues, NYC, HighWaterLine, NYC

Central Booking, Un/Natural Occurrences, NYC

Maine Environmental Art & Design, Artist’s Talk, Belfast, ME

Metropolitan Museum of Art, The Art & Science Dating Game, How Artists and Scientists Find Each Other…And What Happens Next?, NYC

Schuylkill Center, Beyond the Surface Environmental Art in Action, Philadelphia, PA


Design Philadelphia, Thinking in Place, Thinking in Form, Philadelphia, PA


Sheila C Johnson Design Center, Parsons The New School for Design, U-N-F-O-L-D, What-ifs, Climate Change and Creative Agency, NYC


Conflux Festival, Long Table Discussion, NYC

Sheila C Johnson Design Center, Parsons The New School for Design, Living Concrete, Carrot City: Creative Action and Everyday Urban Agriculture, NYC

NYU Graduate Art Education Research Class, Art as Research, NYC

Transformer, Built to Last? – Truths & Myths of Sustainable Cultural ProductionWashington, D.C.


Creative Time, The Creative Time Summit, Revolutions in Public Practice, NYC

Conflux Festival, Insert Here Workshop, and College of Tactical Culture Panel, NYC

Zilkha Gallery, Wesleyan University, Curator’s Talk, Middletown, Connecticut

Parsons The New School for Design, Art & the Internet, NYC

Eugene Lang, New School for Social Research, Artist’s Talk, NYC


New York Foundation for the Arts, The Business of Art, Your Art, Your Money, NYC

New York Foundation for the Arts, Taking it to the Streets, A Guide to Making Art in the Public, NYC

Wexner Art Center, Art & Ecology, Columbus, OH

Ecoartspace / Exit Art, Human / Nature, NYC


Pratt Institutes Urban Artists & Social Change Speaker Series, Brooklyn, New York

Solar One, Green Renter Speaker Series at Solar One, NYC

Conflux Festival, Eyebeam Panel: EcoViz Challenge, Brooklyn, NY

LAC Salon, NYC

Social Theory Politics and the Arts, New York Foundation for the Arts The Arts Go Green NYC

Solar One, CitySol, Go Ahead and Touch It! NYC


Maturango Museum, Artist’s Talk, Ridgecrest, CA


Sierra Nevada College, Artist’s Talk, Incline Village, NV


2008-present Creative Capital Foundation, Consultant and Workshop Leader

2014 School of Visual Arts, Faculty

2012-13 Schuylkill Center for the Environment, Advisory Team

2010-13 Parsons The New School for Design, Assistant Professor

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