2020 Festival Event:

Exploring the Natural World Through Art - Part 1

The Information Age has brought understanding of far-flung ecosystems to more people than ever before. But it has also, paradoxically, divorced our personal relationship with the natural world with increasing, screen-mediated distance. Poet, performer, and conservationist, Robbie Q. Telfer will hold these two conflicting truths as one, like a tiny baby, at once profound and poopy.

Stick around for Part 2 of this event, featuring a soundwalk with Lady Eve.

Getting there: MARTA bus 2 serves Cator Woolford Gardens, traveling east/west between East Lake station and North Ave. station along E. Ponce De Leon Ave.

If driving, parking is available in a sizable lot dedicated to the Frazier Center adjacent to the event space.

Presented by AIR Serenbe, Frazer Center

Topics: Visual & Performing Arts Irreverent Fun Nature & Environment Science & Society
Audience: Adults High School

Where

Cator Woolford Gardens at the Frazer Center

1815 S Ponce De Leon Ave NE

Atlanta, 30307

When

Saturday, March 7th, 2020

1:00 pm – 2:00 pm

Admissions

Price: Free

No registration necessary.