66 birds/3 degrees lecture

 

January 24, 2024

Ken Stern

ARTIST AND SCIENTIST COLLABORATE, FINDING BEAUTY ENLARGES TRUTHS – Artist Natalie Niblack spent 14 months creating her exhibit, "66 Birds/3 Degrees." She and John Bower, an ornithology professor at Western Washington University, spoke to a full room at MoNA's second floor gallery Saturday, discussing "Inside an Artist & Scientist Collaboration: '66 Birds/3 Degrees.'" The Museum of Northwest Art exhibition, "Surge: Mapping Transition, Displacement and Agency in Times of Climate Change," closed Sunday, Jan. 21.

Saturday's lecture at the Museum of Northwest Art capped off the three-month visual and sound exhibition, "Surge: Mapping Transition, Displacement and Agency in Times of Climate Change," with a disturbing look at the future of birds. "If birds aren't doing well, we aren't either." said John Bower. He had collaborated with artist Natalie Niblack for their talk, "Inside an Artist & Scientist Collaboration: '66 Birds/3 Degrees,'" as they worked together for her exhibit. They spoke before a full room of over 50 people for the last educational program before the exhibition closed Jan. 21.

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