Tree Talk: Artists Speak for Trees

Tree Talk: Artists Speak for Trees

EcoArtSpace Presents Tree Talk: Artists Speak for the Trees Date: Thursday, May 20, 2021 Time: 10 AM PST   Register for the Webinar Listening to the Forest, Detail, Forest Science Complex, Peavy Hall, 2020, Leah Wilson Marie-Luise Klotz, Christopher Lin, Erika Osborne, Leah Wilson The beauty and mystery of trees has long been a subject for artists, and more recently, concern for the survival of forests (the lungs of our planet) has been paramount. Each month, artists working in a diversity of media share their artworks and ideas about these most essential and extraordinary living... Read More
Webinar: Listening to the Forest

Webinar: Listening to the Forest

Join us on Wednesday, May 12 at 4 PM for a conversation about the new public art installation “Listening to the Forest,” located in the George W. Peavy Forest Science Center on the OSU campus. The discussion will be preceded by a short video introducing the artwork and will include a live Q&A with the artist Leah Wilson, moderated by Dr. Brooke Penaluna.

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Tree Talk: Artists Speak for Trees

Speaking: Place as Collaborator

What is an “episodic lifetime artist in residence?” On November 2 at 7 PM Corvallis Art Guild will feature a discussion with Eugene artist Leah Wilson, a multi-media visual artist and writer in Eugene. Her presentation will focus on Place as Collaborator.

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Speaking: Listening to the Forest

Speaking: Listening to the Forest

Arts-Sci at OSU will feature a discussion with Eugene artist Leah Wilson, a multi-media visual artist and writer in Eugene. Her presentation will focus on her new installation in the Forest Science Complex. Listening to the Forest spans the scale of an old-growth tree from the cellular level, to one growing in the forest. The installation creates a contemplative visual experience of light, color, shadow, and rhythm.

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