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Telling Species Stories: Visualizing Futures for North American Habitat Dioramas

Date: 10/9/2024 - 10/9/2024

Type: Conferences

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Location(s): New York


Calling all passionate conservationists! Whether you're into landscape design, planning, biology, social sciences, medicine, or beyond, this is YOUR chance to connect, learn, and make a difference at the 15th annual Student Conference on Conservation Science in New York City, October 9-11, 2024!

Brace yourselves for an unforgettable workshop experience! Introducing "Telling Species Stories: Visualizing Futures for North American Habitat Dioramas," led by Prof. (Dean) Julia Czerniak, from the University of Buffalo’s School of Architecture and Planning, and Prof. Nina Marie Lister, from Toronto Metropolitan University's School of Urban and Regional Planning.

Taking place on October 9th, from 1:00pm to 5:30pm.

Habitat dioramas have long been admired, yet criticized for their staged portrayals and perceived detachment from reality. But what if we could introduce new narratives? This workshop is your chance to dive into collaborative exercises, blending science and creativity to develop compelling stories grounded in conservation science and fueled by imagination!

This event is OPEN TO ALL, from every corner of the globe, united in our mission to inspire and empower through storytelling.





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