Kally Malcom, Associate Professor of Art and Photography at UNF and our guest speaker for the Feb 24th meeting has had a change of plan and will now discuss "Native Sun: The Flora of Sawmill Slough Preserve". Her work is an ongoing series that utilizes a photographic process called lumen printing to create a unique record of flora samples collected within the Sawmill Slough Preserve. The Sawmill Slough Preserve is a 382-acre wetland and woodland habitat situated within the University of North Florida’s campus in Jacksonville, Florida. The imagery that results from the process is neither purely scientific, nor purely aesthetic, which pushes the boundaries of both science and visual art. This project engages in both aesthetics and eco-literacy at a time when natural habitats, particularly in Florida, are disappearing. Please join us!
Meeting Date: Wednesday, February 24th
Meeting Time: 7:00 pm
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