Celebrating Convergence - Carr Lake Ecology and Community - Big Sur Land Trust + CSUMB City Center Salinas (inside the National Steinbeck Center)

Two of my print pieces are included in this exhibit which focuses on the changing relationship of people to the land, in and around the Salinas Valley. Show dates are early March through mid-August.

A collaboration between Big Sur Land Trust and California State University Monterey Bay (CSUMB) Salinas City Center, Arts and Culture, in partnership with CSUMB Urbarn Arts Collaborative. The exhibit will be free and open to the public, and is located in the National Steinbeck Center, in Salinas. The show is free and will run through early August. Free “First Friday” events will be held in March, April, May, June and August.

Convergences: expected and unexpected can enrich our lives with challenges and connections. At Carr Lake, CSUMB sees the convergence of three creeks; of urban, agricultural and wildland landscapes; of multiple communities and histories; and of an entire city. Big Sur Land Trust sees the park we are co-creating with the community on 73-acres at Carr Lake as the convergence of “people, place and opportunity.” Learn more by taking a  Virtual Video Tour of our site at Carr Lake and reading ‘Convergence.’