new eco-collaborations are taking hold as students and contributors work
together to create new lenses onto the wild edge spaces as sites of potential human to more-than-human connection, inquiry, and creativity.
In particular, Hannah Levy, a graduate student in Psychology at Washington State University, is bringing her passion for dance into a creative project designed to move us gently “into the pause” that defines our Covid duration. I’m grateful for the help of several talented undergrads as we work to make this material available here on the website. Stay tuned for the release of “In the Pause: Emotive Landscape Dance.”
Meanwhile, the website has gotten some design attention; you may notice updates to our fonts and palette as you peruse exhibits on the website (see the list of contents here).