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Taking It To The Streets

Tuesday, Dec 2, 2014

Theatrum Mundi, the Institute for Public Knowledge, and City as Living Laboratory invite you to a panel discussion surrounding the 2014 WALKS series, which support CaLL's larger mission of making sustainability tangible through the arts.
CaLL/WALKS are a series of walking dialogues between artists and scientists, begun by CaLL in 2011. This fall the WALKS focused on Harlem, the Garment District, and Chinatown

Three student teams at New York University, led by Professor Gianpaolo Baiocchi, will present documentaries that they've shot and edited over the course of the semester in Harlem, Chinatown, and the Garment District. All of the documentaries focus on environmental issues in the respective neighborhoods.

Following the documentary presentations, a panel or artists/scientists who led CaLL WALKS in these neighborhoods will present on their work.

Sponsors: MM / CaLL, Theatrum Mundi, & The Institute for Public Knowledge

Presenters: Mary Miss, artist, founder - City as Living Laboratory; Gianpaolo Baiocchi Associate Professor - Gallatin School of Individualized Study, NYU; P. Timon McPhearson, Urban Ecologist; Tattfoo Tan, Artist; & Adeola Enigbokan, Artist, Environmental Psychologist

Date: Tuesday, December 2, 6 - 8 PM

Location: 20 Cooper Square, 7th Floor [Map]

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