This Week at Science Stories Exhibit

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Harrison, Lucia
Sun, Nov 14, 2021 6:11 PM

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This Week at Science Stories
https://blogs.pugetsound.edu/sciencestories

A new exhibit at The Collins Memorial Library at The University of Puget Sound in Tacoma, Washington called Science Stories brings together Pacific Northwest Scientists and Book Artists.  The free exhibit of 22 artist books and objects from the Slater Museum of Natural History is open to the public, Monday-Friday 8 am to 5 pm from now to January 14, 2022. Topics include water, ice, mountains, flora, fauna, and human health.  A companion website contains a wealth of information about the artist books in the exhibition and interviews with the 38 participating artists and scientists (https://blogs.pugetsound.edu/sciencestories).

Wednesday, Nov. 17 from 5:30 to 6:30  Zoom

Connecting to Nature Close to Home

The event is free, but Registrationhttps://pugetsoundbookartists.wildapricot.org/event-4553668/Registration is Required

The Zoom link will be sent to registrants 1-2 days prior to the event.

Sponsored by Collins Memorial Library and Puget Sound Book Artists.

Science Stories:  Connecting to Nature Close to Home.  This session will feature artists Lou Cabeen and Lucia Harrison whose work offers us opportunities to consider how to develop a relationship with science and our natural world and make an impact.  We will also have the opportunity to learn from staff (Karen Hust and Karen Gerstenberger)of the Bloedel Reserve on Bainbridge Islandhttps://bloedelreserve.org/strolls-for-well-being/ about their innovative Bloedel Strolls Program that can serve as a model for connecting with nature and our environment for human health.

Thursday, Nov. 18, 2021 from noon to 2:30

Science Stories Open House:  Meet the Artists
Collins Memorial Library, University of Puget Sound
Free, Open to the Public, Masks required.

Join us for a lively tour of the Science Stories exhibit.  As part of the tour, the artists will “perform” their artist books.  We will bring selected books out of the cases for a closer look!

  • Susan Aurand, Artist
  • Deborah Greenwood, Artist
  • Dorothy McCuistion, Artist
  • Jan Ward, Artist
  • Beverly Naidus, Artist
  • Ellen Sollod, Artist
  • Lucia Harrison, Artist and Co-Curator

Questions?  Contact Lucia Harrison at harrisol@evergreen.edu

[cid:7c5d8081-046c-4d08-b148-c6cb016ff009] This Week at Science Stories https://blogs.pugetsound.edu/sciencestories A new exhibit at The Collins Memorial Library at The University of Puget Sound in Tacoma, Washington called Science Stories brings together Pacific Northwest Scientists and Book Artists. The free exhibit of 22 artist books and objects from the Slater Museum of Natural History is open to the public, Monday-Friday 8 am to 5 pm from now to January 14, 2022. Topics include water, ice, mountains, flora, fauna, and human health. A companion website contains a wealth of information about the artist books in the exhibition and interviews with the 38 participating artists and scientists (https://blogs.pugetsound.edu/sciencestories). Wednesday, Nov. 17 from 5:30 to 6:30 Zoom Connecting to Nature Close to Home The event is free, but Registration<https://pugetsoundbookartists.wildapricot.org/event-4553668/Registration> is Required The Zoom link will be sent to registrants 1-2 days prior to the event. Sponsored by Collins Memorial Library and Puget Sound Book Artists. Science Stories: Connecting to Nature Close to Home. This session will feature artists Lou Cabeen and Lucia Harrison whose work offers us opportunities to consider how to develop a relationship with science and our natural world and make an impact. We will also have the opportunity to learn from staff (Karen Hust and Karen Gerstenberger)of the Bloedel Reserve on Bainbridge Island<https://bloedelreserve.org/strolls-for-well-being/> about their innovative Bloedel Strolls Program that can serve as a model for connecting with nature and our environment for human health. Thursday, Nov. 18, 2021 from noon to 2:30 Science Stories Open House: Meet the Artists Collins Memorial Library, University of Puget Sound Free, Open to the Public, Masks required. Join us for a lively tour of the Science Stories exhibit. As part of the tour, the artists will “perform” their artist books. We will bring selected books out of the cases for a closer look! * Susan Aurand, Artist * Deborah Greenwood, Artist * Dorothy McCuistion, Artist * Jan Ward, Artist * Beverly Naidus, Artist * Ellen Sollod, Artist * Lucia Harrison, Artist and Co-Curator Questions? Contact Lucia Harrison at harrisol@evergreen.edu