Insider's Look Podcast 42: May 14, 2010

Interview with author & artist-in-residence Dana Wildsmith.
 
Insider's Look at Grand Canyon #42
Interview with author and artist in residence Dana Wildsmith
Running Time 08m10s - May 14, 2010 - Produced by Park Ranger Patrick Gamman
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With changing times come bold new visions of what art can contribute to our conversation about preservation, environmental issues, and park (and arts) advocacy. Grand Canyon National Park’s Artist-in-Residence Program seeks artists whose work is engaged in issues that are relevant to the Park Interpretative Themes, while also challenging the visitor to become an active participant in preservation and environmental and cultural advocacy. We are pleased to host artists who communicate complex and contemporary issues through their chosen medium. Artists in all genres and in all disciplines, contemporary, traditional, or folk who have a genuine interest in contributing to our on-going national discussion on these issues will be of special interest to our program.

To read more of the works from author Dana Wildsmith check out her webpage.



 
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Insider's Look at Grand Canyon Podcast

Delivers periodic audio bulletins and enhanced podcasts about park news and events. Topics include anything and everything about Grand Canyon National Park. Hosted and produced by Park Ranger Patrick Gamman.

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