Climate Week: Open Studio at Harvard Forest with David Buckley Borden
The Harvard Forest invites you to meet the artist, tour the studio, and view works in progress in an open studio session with David Buckley Borden, Charles Bullard Fellow.
During this drop-in open studio, members of the public are invited to meet the artist, tour the studio, and view works in progress installed in the landscape around the studio. Borden has been a Charles Bullard Fellow at the Harvard Forest since September 2016, working alongside scientists in the intensively studied research forest. Borden’s work includes landscape installations in the woods and data-driven maps and prints in galleries. A large exhibit this fall will be accompanied by smaller exhibits in and around Boston. Borden welcomes scheduled studio visits. To learn more, visit http://davidbuckleyborden.com or http://harvardforest.fas.harvard.edu/news/open-studio-highlight-bullard-fellows-art.
Free and open to the public. Light refreshments will be served.
About Harvard Climate Week: The Harvard University Center for the Environment, in cooperation with a wide variety of partner institutions across the Harvard campus, has organized a week of climate change-related events called Climate Week. This week-long program will give the Harvard community, as well as the interested public, exposure to some of the best scholarship and thinking related to climate change that we have at the University. For more information and the full list of events visit: environment.harvard.edu/climateweek.