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Lynn Cazabon Artist In Residence at BES
Friday, August 17th, 2012 //
Lynn Cazabon has been named the first artist-in-residence at the Baltimore Ecosystem Study, Long-Term Ecological Research Program. The Baltimore Ecosystem Study (BES) conducts research on metropolitan Baltimore as an ecological system. The program integrates biological, physical, and social sciences.
Photographer and member of the University of Maryland, Baltimore County faculty, Lynn Cazabon is the first official Artist-In-Residence at the Baltimore Ecosystem Study, Long-Term Ecological Research program. She began her contribution to the BES community by presenting a lecture on her ongoing project
Uncultivated at the 2011 Annual Meeting. This year of artistic residency will culminate with an exhibit of her work during the BES Annual Meeting from 24-25 October, 2012. This meeting will take place at Cylburn Arboretum, and all members, partners, and collaborators of BES are invited to attend.
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