Beavers are back in New York city (The Bronx)

Panel Discussion
November 18, 2006, 13:30
Practical History

Ridgway presented her visual work along with sound tracks from her archive of interviews of people with Dutch surnames.

St. Mark’s Church Sanctuary, 2nd Ave and 10th Street

Short presentations, some featuring audio-visual and performance elements, addressing questions including: How can we interpret the landscape of the past through the environment of the present? What was the catalyst for panelists’ involvement with the project? What are the reasons to pursue cross-disciplinary work, and how does promoting dialogue among artists, scientists, and historians enhance professional investigations or creative endeavors?

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Thanks to The Netherland-America Foundation, Mondriaan Foundation