Wednesday, January 17, 2018

Art and Green Infrastructure Presentation

Art and Green Infrastructure:

A Presentation by Eco-Artist Stacy Levy

Monday, January 29, 2018

Academy Building, 66 Central Square, Bridgewater, MA

Check-in and light refreshments: 4:30 PM

Presentation: 5 PM

We are thrilled to host Stacy Levy, a Pennsylvania-based environmental sculptor who uses art as a vehicle for translating the patterns and processes of the natural world. In this discussion, Levy will explore her projects in which she harnesses natural forces including rainwater, plants, and microbes to help create sculptural solutions for storm-water and water pollution issues. Levy’s collaborative and multi-disciplined approach to solving environmental problems leads her to engage with architects, landscape architects, civil engineers, the Coast Guard, the Army Corps of Engineers, city and state municipalities, scientists, hydrologists, fluid dynamic engineers, geologists, zoologists, and ecologists. Levy will discuss this intersectionality of civic engagement, science, art, and design, and how she finds ways to express and improve the workings of natural systems along waterways, in streets, parking lots, airports and nature centers. More info:

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Sponsored by Old Colony Planning Council and the Town of Bridgewater

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