Exhibition | Urban Wildlife: Learning to Co-Exist

Please join us for an exhibition and series of talks and demonstrations exploring the lives of wild animals in urban areas and human responses to sharing territory. Borne of scientist/artist collaborations, this mini-symposium encourages the viewing public to take an active role in healthy co-existence with urban animals. ​Co-curator and RISD faculty member Lucy Spelman​ explains that  while expansion of villages, towns and cities creates new homes for some animals, it displaces others. The goal of the exhibition — sponsored by RISD and Creature Conserve, a non-profit outreach organization dedicated to bringing artists and scientists together to foster animal conservation — is to help people understand that our continued success depends on a diverse and healthy animal kingdom.

Thursday, July 26, 6-8 pm
Opening and “Providence Raptors” Presentation by Peter Green

Friday, July 27, 5-8 pm
RI Natural History Survey “Bioblitz 2018” Open House

Thursday, Aug 2, 5-8 pm
“Providence Nature Walk” led by Mary Grande, RI DEM

Saturday, Aug 4, 2-4 pm
“Planting for Urban Pollinators” Demonstration

Thursday, Aug 9, 5-8 pm
“Writing to Co-Exist with Wildlife” Public Reading

Saturday, Aug 11, 2-4 pm
“Kestrel Boxes” Demonstration

Thursday, Aug 16, 5-8 pm
“Rehabilitating Wildlife in Rhode Island” Presentation by Arianna Mouradjian

Saturday, Aug 18, 2-4 pm
“How to Co-Exist with Coyotes” Demonstration

gallery hours: Wednesday - Saturday | 12 - 5 pm
open late for WaterFire on 7/28 and for all special programming (listed above)

Friday, August 17, 2018 at 12:00pm to 5:00pm

ISB Gallery, ISB 108
55 Canal Walk, Providence, RI

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