October 12, 2019 San Juan Island Grange #966 3:00 -5:00 pm
152 First Street North, Friday Harbor, WA
“Robert Dash’s work celebrates and challenges the concept of scale, broadening small beauties into wide revelations about ecosystems, food systems, and the imperiled futures of both.” —Thor Hanson, author of Buzz, and The Triumph of Seeds
ROBERT DASH is an educator, photographer and naturalist whose work has been published by National Geographic, TIME, and LensWork, and shown in galleries and juried shows in the US and abroad.
In 2016, he presented a TEDx talk entitled “The Intercourse of Nature: It’s What We Are,” and in 2017, published his Nautilus Gold Award-winning photography/poetry book, On An Acre Shy of Eternity: Micro Landscapes at the Edge. His new book, FOOD FOR THOUGHT Micro Views: Threats and Prospects, is currently in development. Dash’s talk isupplements the SJIMA exhibition, FOOD FOR THOUGHT Micro Views: Threats and Prospects Photomontages by Robert Dash
“…like fragments of mysterious ecosystems that no one has ever seen… (They) are meaningful, visually poetic observations about how the things we cannot see can show us how our very lives can be under the threat of extinction.” —Lensculture
Admission: $15 regular with $12 for SJIMA and Grange members, students $10. Make reservations online at www.sjima.org under “Learn” or at 360-370-5050 . Tickets will also be sold the door as seats are available.