KWU to Co-Host Ecospheric Sound Art Event
Written by KWUStudentMedia on January 22, 2020
Echoescape; learning a dead birdsong in ‘the place where you go to listen’, by Dr. Julianne Warren is the special sound art performance that will be taking place in Fitzpatrick Auditorium on Thursday, January 30. The special surround-sound event will take place at noon.
Dr. Warren is involved with a week-long visit to The Land Institute. The KWU event will include storytelling, poetry and sound art reflecting the ecosphere, with a focus on extinct animals.
Julianne Warren is a freelance scholar, storyteller, and community activist with a PhD in ecology. While teaching at New York University, Julianne was awarded a Martin Luther King, Jr. Faculty Research Award for collaborations with students in the climate justice Fossil Free movement.
Julianne is an author of the intellectual biography Aldo Leopold’s Odyssey.