Garden for Wildlife: Natural Landscaping for a better backyard with SELT
Do you want to attract butterflies, birds, bees and other wildlife to your backyard? Did you know that the landscaping in your yard could be habitat for wildlife? Join us and learn how to help pollinators and other wildlife by making some simple adjustments to your landscaping and gardening practices. In this hour-long presentation, NH Natural Resources Steward Vicki J. Brown, will provide insights on ways to attract wildlife to your yard and will include interactive Q&A and other helpful materials.
No registration is necessary. Open to all.
Civil Rights and the Women's Movement: Documentary Films at DPL - 6:00-8:00 pm
Join DPL for documentary film screenings in February and March relating to the Civil Rights and Women's Movements upstairs at DPL in recognition of National African American History and National Women's History months of February and March. .
These screenings are free and open to the public. No registration required. Popcorn is provided.
Filmmaker Craig Dudnick presents Alice's Ordinary People.
Civil Rights and Women's Movement History Films wrap-up with documentary filmmaker Craig Dudnick, the creator of Evanston's Living History. Dudnick will screen his latest documentary, Alice's Ordinary People, the story of Alice Tregay and her five decades of effecting extraordinary change for human rights and continuing the relevance of Dr. Martin Luther King to the ongoing fight for justice.
No registration required. Open to all.
Mindful Meditation Workshop with Jiong Jiong Hu
March Theme: Living in Crisis
Join DPL to welcome Jiong Jiong Hu back to DPL. Each of Hu's mindful meditation sessions invites you to tune inward, explore the secret power of self-care and healing through gentle inquiry, mindful breathing and reflection. This opportunity provides time and space for you to learn tools to calm and balance your body and mind in midst of life's challenges.
No registration required! All are welcome
Visiting Our National Parks: A Travel Talk with John Bunker
Join DPL to welcome John Bunker to share images and lessons learned from his travels to several of his favorite national parks including Yellowstone, Glacier, Badlands, and Canyonlands. John has experience organizing trips for family, friends, and clients to safely explore our national parks and has visited almost 30 parks and spent over 150 days in Yellowstone National Park during all seasons.
This presentation, and lessons learned, will focus on how to plan your trip and cover the following topics: logistics and travel, lodging and dinning options, budget considerations, and safety issues while hiking, biking, and wildlife viewing
No registration required! All are welcome!
CPR/AED & First Aid Combination Course with McGregor EMS
This course is designed to prepare students to provide First Aid + CPR and use an automated external defibrillator (AED) in a safe, timely, and effective manner. Heartsaver courses are intended for anyone with little or no medical training who needs a course completion card for job, regulatory (e.g., OSHA), or other requirements. These courses can also be taken by anyone who wants to be prepared for an emergency in any setting.
Registration is required for this course. Please visit www.cprsafe.org to register with McGregor EMS
About the Art:
Holcombe’s work focuses on the questionability of photography’s truth telling ability in which to distill our sense of time and curiosity. She makes pictures predominantly with digital technology and software applications. Her work is both documentary, fictional, autobiographical, and reflects the world in which we live today. The landscapes she documents can be decades apart or miles apart as then they are re-assembled to create her own mythic reality.
"Responding to the way paintings give expressive quality to line and tone, I created these photographs using sticks and plants, bringing them indoors and often making multiple exposures on 8x10 film to add depth, shading and a sense of atmosphere. I wanted to push these found materials to the edge of abstraction so they could exist as both shape and object, arrangement and imaginary place. I am attempting to echo the implicit and explicit gifts of the environment with constructions that speak to wonder, curiosity and mortality in the language of darkness and light."
Julee Holcombe received her BFA from the University of New Mexico in Photography and sculpture and later to later receive an MFA in Photography and Electronic Media at Maryland Institute College of Art in Baltimore MD. She is a tenured Professor at the University of New Hampshire and won a Teaching Excellence Award in 2015. Holcombe’s work has been widely exhibited nationally and internationally, most notably the British Museum of Art in London England; Portland Museum of Art, ME; DeCordova Museum, Lincoln, MA and recently in Phoenix Museum of Art.
Michael Cardinali received a BFA from SUNY Purchase and an MFA from the Massachusetts College of Art and Design, and teaches photography at the University of New Hampshire, where he is Lecturer in Art and Art History. His first monograph, LOST Boston, was published in 2018 by +Kris Graves Projects. He has exhibited across the US and internationally, and was recently awarded a Clowes Fund Fellowship to attend a residency at the Vermont Studio Center.
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