Kathleen Florance, Maine environmental artist and activist, will display and discuss "Preservation," an interactive exhibit of paper panels, sculptured nests, and words. Florance uses her art for social and environmental activism. The exhibit was originally an outdoor installation at the Ducktrap River Preserve in Lincolnville. Florance will display part of her installation, "Protection" and talk with students about how art can be a tool for environmental action. Pugh Center 10am-4pm; Slide Lecture, Philson Lounge 4-5pm; Reception, Pugh Center 5-6pm.
Open to the Colby community only