2019 Festival Event:

Communicating the Science of the Georgia Coast

Alligators, dolphins, ghost crabs, pelicans, live oaks, and wasps: oh my! In this highly energetic science communication workshop, adult and teen participants will engage in improvisational storytelling and movement-oriented activities to cultivate advocating for conservation of the Georgia coast. By accessing information from “micro-lectures” about animals, plants, and ecosystems delivered by scientist and author Dr. Anthony J. Martin, everyone is invited to delve into their creativity to find new and powerful ways to communicate factually, but also passionately, about taking care of our shorelines.

Getting there by public transit: Transit to Little Five Points Community Center Café:
Option 1: Inman Park MARTA station is nearby. The north side is closed, but there is a shuttle bus from the south to the north, or you can transfer to the 6 and get off at Moreland and McLendon and cross Moreland.
Option 2: From North Avenue MARTA Station or Candler Park MARTA Station, take the 102 and get off at Moreland and McLendon.
From Moreland and McLendon, walk five minutes southwest on Euclid to the café.

Presented by InterPlay Atlanta, Emory University

Topics: Visual & Performing Arts Nature & Environment
Audience: Adults Teens (13-18 yrs)

Where

Little Five Points Community Center Cafe

1083 Austin Ave NE

Atlanta, 30307

When

Friday, March 15th, 2019

7:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Admissions

Price: $5

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