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Wilderness Pecha Kucha: Slide show & performances by local artists & Wilderness Seekers

Naturalist Nights | 2015

A Pecha Kucha is a modern Japanese tradition of fun, lively, fast-paced presentations that consist of 20 slides shown for 20 seconds each. Presenters will share their art, adventures, and affinity for wilderness. Presentations are both informative and artistic, leaving audience members re-inspired and reminded of the importance of this special place.

Naturalist Nights are brought to you through a partnership between Aspen Center for Environmental Studies, Wilderness Workshop, and Roaring Fork Audubon. This Naturalist Night will be co-hosted by Carbondale Council on Arts and Humanities.

Slideshow & performances by local artists & Wilderness seekers

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