141. Markers of Time – Headlands Center for the Arts

Sunday afternoon there is a unique and wonderful brunch, artist’s presentation and nature walk all wrapped up into an integrated program at the Headlands Center for the Arts in the Marin Headlands, from noon to 4:00. Artist in Residence Christina Seely is featured.

The event starts with a fabulous organic brunch featuring a sumptuous variety of foods including a specialty pancake recipe from the artist’s family, eggs with goat cheese and scallions, home fries, juniper bacon, tangerine juice, coffee & tea.

After finishing this at a very leisurely pace, Seely will give a presentation on our relationship to natural versus man-made cycles. She will share her project-in-process, Markers of Time, which uses photographic and real-time media to look at the incongruities between human-controlled time and natural integrated time with a focus on the ways climate change is altering the delicate eco-systems of the far North. A GGNRA Ranger will also give a brief presentation regarding climate change which will be followed by Q & A with the audience.

Finally, there will be a 30-45 minute guided walk down to the lagoon and Rodeo Beach with a park restoration ecologist with discussions linking the talks with the sights along the walk.

Where: Headlands Center for the Arts, Marin Headlands

944 Simmonds Road, Sausalito, CA 94965 (map)

When: Sunday, May 22nd

12:00 – 1:30: Brunch

1:30: Artist’s Talk

3:15: Walk to Rodeo Beach

Cost: Full Program $25 (members $20)

Program without Brunch: $10 (members $5)

Event website

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