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Markers of Time Perspectives on Climate Change + Interspecies Impact
Headlands Center for the Arts
Sausalito, CA
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Markers of Time Perspectives on Climate Change + Interspecies Impact
Join us for brunch and an afternoon with AIR Christina Seely and guests.

For $25 ($20 members), you get brunch, and access to the artist talk and hike.
For $10 ($5 members), you can come for just the talk and the hike.

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION
Part 1, 12PM: Organic Brunch in Headlands' Mess Hall
Dutch baby (pancake dish from the artist's family recipe) with blueberries and strawberries
Scrambled eggs with goat cheese and scallions
Russet potato home fries and savory juniper bacon
Tangerine juice/coffee/tea

Part 2, 1:30PM: Cerebral/Indoors
This artist-led talk will start and finish with light audience participation touching on our relationship to natural vs manmade rhythms and cycles. Seely will discuss her recently completed project Lux and her collaboration on the Lunar Resonant Streetlight project as a member of the design collective Civil Twilight. She will also share insight into her artistic practice through her latest project-in-progress Markers of Time. Through a range of photographic and real time media, Markers of Time looks at incongruities between human-controlled time and natural-integrated time with a focus on ways in which climate change is noticeably altering the delicate ecosystems of the far North. Golden Gate National Park Conservancy Ranger Will Elder will subsequently join in to discuss overlapping challenges faced by artists and institutions toward engaging the public in complex conversations about climate change. The talk will culminate in questions posed to the audience and Q+A.

BREAK (30min)

Part 3, 3:15PM: Physical/Outdoors
Collaborators Will Elder and park restoration ecologist Maria Alvarez will lead a 1/2hr to 45min walk from the Headlands Center for the Arts, along the lagoon, and out to the beach and back. This walk will link back to our relationships to natural vs manmade cycles as discussed in Part 1 and will offer talking points about noticeable and projected impacts of climate change in the area.

Comfort and warmth note: Good walking shoes, a wind breaker, and a sweater are advised for the walk.  

Location

Headlands Center for the Arts
944 Fort Barry
Sausalito, CA 94965
United States


Categories

Arts > Visual
Other > Green

Kid Friendly: Yes!
Dog Friendly: No

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