One dancer carries another, whose arms are outstretched with paper lanterns dangling from her fingertips.  Pale blue background with yellow letters read, "Vulture Sister Song: dance | music | story".
One dancer carries another, whose arms are outstretched with paper lanterns dangling from her fingertips. Pale blue background with yellow letters read, "Vulture Sister Song: dance | music | story".
Vulture Watching: Considering our relationship through ecology, history & art
An evening of poetry, prose and ecology with collaborators from Vulture Sister Song, an interdisciplinary performance project that facilitates communal dialogue and creative exploration around themes of environmental care and relationship.  Lead Environmental Educator at the VT Institute of Natural Science, Anna Morris, will guide us through the natural history and ecology of vultures, and Georgia-based writer, Josina Guess, will share writings inspired by watching and living in close proximity to black vultures and the unmarked graves of African American people.  Followed by an opportunity for dialogue with participants, this event is open to adults and young adults interested in considering interspecies relationships from many creative angles.

 

What
When
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Where

Artistree Community Arts Center: The Hayloft
2095 Pomfret Rd
South Pomfret, VT 05067
United States

COST
$10