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ICE Conversation with Elizabeth Corr

Thursday, November 10 12:00 PM

Elizabeth Corr, Art Partnerships Manager with the Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC), will share examples of projects that combine art, science, and environmental activism. Sponsored by Watershed UGA and Ideas for Creative Exploration (ICE). To be held at ICE, Lamar Dodd Building Room S160

Arts and Environment Roundtable: "How Artists, Scientists, and Environmental Activists can Work Together"

Thursday, November 10 4:00 PM

A roundtable discussion featuring UGA arts and science faculty, graduate students and special guest Elizabeth Corr, art partnerships manager with the National Resource Defense Council. To be held in the Miller Learning Center, Room 350

Driftmier Woods Happening

Friday, November 11 11:00 AM

A site-specific performance featuring sound and movement in Driftmier Woods, a small area of old-growth forest on the UGA campus.


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Jeff Rich: Watershed

Jeff Rich: Watershed

Visual artist Jeff Rich explores the complex intersections of ecology, politics, economics, recreation and the dynamic impacts of contemporary culture on the environment in his work Watershed.

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Daylighting the Watersheds UGA DESIGN COMPETITION


Daylighting the Watersheds


Student teams are invited to participate in the Daylighting the Watersheds design competition to raise awareness about streams that flow through the UGA campus and to support the mission of Watershed UGA by creating a community ethic for the restoration of campus streams. Two projects will be selected to receive prizes of $1,000 each.

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