Workshop: Using Cross-Stitch to Explore Environmental Issues

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Workshop: Using Cross-Stitch to Explore Environmental Issues

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Workshop: Using Cross-Stitch to Explore Environmental Issues

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Date and Time

  • Monday, October 19, 2020 from 4:00 p.m. to 5:30 p.m.

Location

Virtual Event

5998 Alcala Park San Diego, CA 92110

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***This workshop is full, so registration has been closed.***

In this workshop, participants will learn about the Tecopa pupfish, an extinct freshwater fish that once lived in hot springs in California’s Mohave Desert. We will use this fish as a way to explore the implications of environmental devastation on nature, humans, and other species. Through this virtual workshop, participants will learn how to cross-stitch and start a cross-stitch project while we discuss the connections between environmental degradation, humans, and art.

Dr. Recart González is diversity postdoctoral faculty in the Department of Biology at USD.

This workshop is in conjunction with the Care for Our Common Home: Environmental Justice and Sustainability Across Disciplines series. In particular, to the discussion on Water on September 29 with Dr. Kate Boersma.

 

***This workshop is full, so registration has been closed.***

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embroidery thread in various colors with an embroidery hoop and fabric with embroidered image of a blue fish

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