In a Time of Change- Trophic Cascades
The Alaska- based artists/scientists consortium In a Time of Change, in collaboration with Denali National Park and Preserve (PP), the Murie Science and Learning Center, and Bonanza Creek Long Term Ecological Research Program, is producing a project in 2012-13 that focuses on the dynamics of predator/prey interactions, entitled In a Time of Change: Trophic Cascades.
Applications are being accepted from artists of all disciplines and media, including performing artists, visual artists, writers, composers, new media artists, documentary filmmakers and others. Selected artists will participate in a 3-day field workshop in Denali National PP and day trips to Bonanza Creek near Fairbanks.
The project will culminate in an integrated exhibit, featuring works by selected artists. This exhibit will be presented at the Bear Gallery in Fairbanks and the Denali National Park and Preserve website. Additional exhibit venues will be identified for a possible tour of the exhibit in other Alaskan cities and elsewhere in the U.S.
Time of Change: Trophic Cascades Application Formapplication closes 11:59 pm Alaska Time, March 15, 2012
Did You Know?
In 1908, Charles Sheldon – a hunter and naturalist – described in his journal the idea of a park that would allow visitors to enjoy the beauty he saw while visiting Alaska. In 1917 his vision became reality, with the creation of Mount McKinley National Park.