Lecture with Ornithologist, Dr. J Alan Clark at the Harvey School

Lecture with Ornithologist, Dr. J Alan Clark at the Harvey SchoolSaturday, April 30, 3PMHarvey School, Main Building Study Hall, 260 Jay Street
$15 General Admission / $10 Members (Lecture ticket includes free admission pass for one adult to the Katonah Museum of Art.)
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A leading expert on bird migration and ecology, Dr. J. Alan Clark is an Associate Professor of Biology at Fordham University, coordinator of the school’s conservation biology program, and an active member of Bedford Audubon’s Board of Directors. His current research investigates birds’ migrating patterns in relation to the urban landscape. Clark has participated in the joining of art and ornithology before—in 2012, he collaborated with international artist Rafael Lozano-Hemmer to modify an outdoor light installation in Philadelphia, making it less hazardous to migrating birds. His lecture for the KMA and Bedford Audubon will examine the relationship between avian survival and human creation, one of the major, and most urgent, themes in The Nest, an exhibition of art in nature.

Hosted in partnership with the Bedford Audubon Society, in conjunction with the KMA’s current presentation of The Nest, an exhibition of art in nature

*Tickets may be purchased online or over the phone at (914) 232-9555.