Join Artists At Work (AAW) fellow Taylor Griffith for Intertidal Encounters: Reefs on Thursday July 7th, 6:30-8pm (Zoom).
This month, Griffith will lead a conversation exploring the importance of biodiverse reefs and coastal ecosystems with climate change sculptural artist Courtney Mattinson, and founders of the Blue Latitudes Foundation, marine biologist Amber Sparks and marine conservation biologist Emily Hazelwood.
Register today http://ow.ly/szGg50JAxmK
Intertidal Encounters instigates exploratory dialogue that considers our natural world through the complementary, yet divergent perspectives of art and science. We hope these interactive conversations develop a shared community understanding of the urgency of our rapidly changing climate, and prompt us to action.
Artists At Work is a workforce resilience program designed to support the rebuilding of healthy communities through artistic civic engagement.
THE OFFICE performing arts + Film has partnered with the LA County Department of Arts and Culture to implement the AAW initiative in Los Angeles.