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A Sturgeon with A Purpose: Walk and Community Brainstorm
April 27 @ 5:00 pm – 6:00 pm EDT
Meet outside in the NATURE Lab yard at 3319 6th Avenue
Join artist D Colin for a walk on the Sanctuary’s campus to help envision how her project A Sturgeon with a Purpose will enliven our growing campus Eco-Art Trail. This community written generative storytelling mural project will culminate in a block-wide series of painted panels along the Sanctuary Campus. Participants will work with D to learn about and add to the story, and imagine where the painted panels should be placed to tell the story.
D. Colin is a Haitian American multidisciplinary artist with an educational background in English & Africana Studies. She is a self-published author, a dynamic performer, a self-taught painter & maker of pretty things that make bold statements. Her mantra is Be inspired. Then inspire.
More about this project
The Sanctuary Eco Art Trail is dedicated to celebrating the sacred Mohican soils we are honored to tend. Indigenous heritage, the Mahicantuck (Hudson River) and its estuarine resources, ground visitors to the land. The Stockbridge-Munsee Tribe are in partnership on this project, which features Stockbridge-Munsee as well as other Indigenous artists and musicians, eco-artists and bio-artists, storytellers and muralists, connecting Indigenous wisdom to visions for a future of healing and reparations. The Sanctuary Eco Art Trail is funded by the National Endowment for the Arts Our Town program.
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