Take time to look around and practice being present in the landscape while observing color in the marsh. Landscape artists seek connections to place through careful observation of time and light. This Marsh walk with Kip Bradley, a local landscape artist and Georgia Sea Grant’s 2022 Artists, Writers, and Scholar’s winner, will introduce basic color theory and color mixing exercises to help participants begin their observations of color shifts in the marsh. By the end of the hike, participants will have a better appreciation of the marsh as a coastal resource through this artistic investigation of nature.
What to bring:
- Hiking shoes you do not mind getting dirty
The marsh walk will take place on Saturday, March 11 from 2 – 4 p.m. This is the second program offered as part of the 3-part Finding Meaning in the Marsh series. More information is provided below.
Registration is required for the event and includes admission to the UGA Aquarium. This program is open to people of all ages.
Online registration will close at 4 p.m. the day before the event. Tickets are nonrefundable.
Questions? Contact Cindy Lingebach at email@example.com or call 912-598-2344.
In March of 2023, we are hosting three guided walks through the marsh and maritime forest with special guest photographers, artists, and naturalists who have found different ways to connect with our coastal marshes and natural resources. Participants will learn to view the marsh from new perspectives, gaining skills and knowledge along the way. The Finding Meaning in the Marsh series is open to all ages, but the content is geared towards children ages 13 and up. Dates and topics are provided below.
Photography: Thursday, March 2: 5 – 7 p.m.
Art: Saturday, March 11: 2 – 4 p.m.
History: Tuesday, March 21: 5 – 7 p.m.