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Project Title: Urban Succession: Artistic architecture for the wild & feral organisms of urban San Diego.
Team Organizer: Jason Rogalski- Conceptual Artist & Educator
Contact email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Team Members: Jeremy Gercke-Master Sculptor of Ceramics, Kaarin Vaughan - Sculptor & Admin, Dave Henderson -Cement Expert & Sculptor, Brandie Maddalena –sculptor & development, Brian Beagle-Construction Expert & Photography, David Lipson - Scientific Consultant (Phd in Biology), Corey L. Samuels - Phd in Ecology with focus on succession, Jennifer Tsau – Phd student in Biology, Spring Strahm- Masters in Ecology
Advisors: David Lipson
Resources and community partners: Community Partner (Nonprofit): Julian Charter School, San Diego Academy, Space4Art, Rosemary Kimball, Woodbury School of Architecture, Community Partner (For Profit): Henderson Sculptural Arts, Inc.
Looking for: A person with knowledge of law, a person for financial development (fund raising) and one more very experienced sculptor.
Goal: The primary goal of this project is to increase public awareness and appreciation of our urban wildlife through the beautiful truth exposed by art and science. This will be done through research of the needs of wildlife in the urban setting. Those needs will be symbolically demonstrated as scientists and artists work hand-in-hand to design homes for specific species. Our highest dream would be to raise the awareness and help people appreciate and understand their local wildlife thus creating a more harmonious relationship between humans and the urban ecosystem.
Please click here to view Urban Succesion website.