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Critical Approaches to Place Talk Series with Erin Espelie

Please join the event in the “Critical Approaches to Place” series tomorrow night (Tuesday 10/19) at 7 pm with Erin Espelie. The event is billed as “a discussion of art-science collaboration practices in the face of climate crises, hurdling from cyanobacteria to ceramics, mathematics to murals, and wildfire to VR.”

Erin Espelie is a filmmaker and writer whose poetic nonfiction films have shown at the New York Film Festival, the British Museum of Natural History, the Copernicus Science Center in Warsaw, Imagine Science Film Festival, Full Frame Film Festival, and more. She teaches at the University of Colorado Boulder in Cinema Studies & the Moving Image Arts and Critical Media Practices and co-directs NEST (Nature, Environment, Science & Technology) Studio for the Arts. She continues to serve as editor in chief of Natural History magazine, where she began her foray into science communication as an intern.

You can attend this event on zoom by registering at  or in person at HJLC 125. 

More information can be found be in the flyer here: Espelie-Talk-Flyer-2-1.pdf


Have questions? Email Dr. Kerry Banazek at