Blackbirds coming into roost, by Danielle Bunch.
Pay What You Can
We are committed to making our programs accessible for all. We are introducing the pay-what-you-can model for this event, ensuring that anyone who would like to watch this program may do so.
Our suggested ticket price of $15 helps underwrite the costs to produce this event. It’s a suggestion for those who’ve asked for one —a comfortable starting point as you choose your price.
For some people, $20 is a lot of money. For others, $5 is.
We’re counting on you to let us know what is right for you. If you can afford to, please consider paying a little extra for those who cannot.
Webinar: Liberation and Hope through Black Art
Featuring Dr. J. Drew Lanham, Rasheena Fountain, and Isaiah Scott
Co-hosted with Brickworks Gallery
Thursday, April 22, 2021
7:00 PM via Zoom Webinar
Cost: Pay What You Can
As part of our collaboration with Brickworks Gallery on the Three Billion Exhibit currently on display at the Hudgens Center for Art and Learning, we are bringing you this special webinar about the power of art to make change.
Through poetry, prose, and visual art, this panel will highlight the artistic expression of Black joy and perspectives in and through nature, and the role that art plays in healing, liberation, and protecting the diversity of creatures with which we share this planet. Panelists include Dr. J. Drew Lanham, ornithologist, author, and poet; Rasheena Fountain, writer and educator with a focus on Black land connections and environmental memory; and Isaiah Scott, a high school nature artist, ecotourism entrepreneur, and naturalist.
Virtual Events and programs during covid-19
Georgia Audubon is hosting a variety of digital programs and events during the COVID-19 outbreak to keep you engaged on bird- and nature-related topics. Please visit our Digital Resources page for a complete listing!
Thanks and be safe!
Thanks and be safe!