Joyce and her work have been featured in numerous media outlets around the world. Here is a sampling of articles and videos. Contact Joyce for more information about speaking engagements and exhibitions.
A Solo, Multi-Media Exhibition
By Joyce Ferder
From January 9 through February 9, 2020
Old City Jewish Arts Center
119 North 3rd Street
Philadelphia, PA 19106
Every day: 12 – 4 pm
Thursday evenings: 5 – 8 pm
By appointment: call 561-665-0908
Caren R. Lipkin Digital Design
Jewish Exponent: Exhibit Documents Impact of Climate Change on Arctic and Antarctic
January 9, 2020
For decades, Joyce Ferder Rankin bore witness to humanity’s destruction as a war correspondent. But nothing ever shocked her quite like seeing the state of the Antarctic first-hand: What she had envisioned as pristine and untouched was littered with garbage and damaged by climate change.
Metro Philly: Emmy Award-winning journalist Joyce Ferder Rankin is bringing her one-woman exhibition to Philly
January 8, 2020
Joyce Ferder Rankin, an Emmy Award-winning journalist who has also had her jaw-dropping work featured in National Geographic is bringing her one-woman exhibition “Degrees°” to Old City’s Jewish Arts Center (OCJAC) from Thursday, January 9th to Sunday, February 9th. The show will highlight 50 photos and videos from Ferder’s travels to the Arctic and Antarctica featuring her documentation on the effects of climate change on the landscape and wildlife.
BBC News: Joyce Ferder Rankin: Images from the end of the world
April 19 2016
Joyce Ferder Rankin traveled from the Arctic to Antarctica and back again over a four-year period from 2011 to 2015, capturing stunning polar images.
The Irish Post: Joyce Ferder Rankin’s breath-taking pictures from the ends of the world show the effects of climate change
April 21, 2016
AN IRISH-American photographer’s breath-taking pictures of the effects of climate change at the North and South Poles have gone on display in Co. Derry.
TEDx Talk: Can we go back in time?
After 30 years documenting the ugliness of war, Joyce Rankin set out to capture the beauty on our planet. And now she asks “is time running out, for us, to appreciate it?”.