Free; no registration required, but do RSVP for transportation (see below)
This visit to the Duke Campus Farm will be guided by director and FHI Fellow Saskia Cornes. After finishing a PhD in Literature at Columbia University and an agroecology certificate at UC Santa Cruz, Cornes arrived at Duke Campus Farm and immediately began to build robust academic connections and collaborations to ensure the farm was not only producing high-quality produce, but that it aligned firmly with the University’s core mission: to educate students.
This event is open to the general public, but is designed for Duke and UNC-CH students from any area or discipline and is part of the course Create, Innovate, Act. Students in the course will meet in room 123 of the Rubenstein Arts Center and drive to the farm at 1:30pm. You are welcome to join them for the drive or make your way independently to the farm.
Please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org by March 15 if you would like transportation from the Rubenstein Arts Center.
Gather together with the participating artists and photographers to celebrate the opening of New Faces of Tradition: Documenting North Carolina’s Young Artists and enjoy live music by saxophonist Shaquim Muldrow and old-time fiddler Sonya Badigian.