Ian Winters‘ visual and sound performance, The WaterHood, under development through a collaboration with Wholly H2O and the 12-member Lightbulb Ensemble, explores the complex qualities and characteristics of a watershed from various perspectives — physical, aesthetic, ecological, and social. The WaterHood performances in 2018 will emanate from a year-long citizen scientist data collection project in the Richmond, California, watershed.
Members of the public are invited to step forward as citizen scientists by participating in a “BioBlitz” information-gathering event along the Richmond Shoreline on Saturday, July 1, 2017, from 10 am to 2 p.m. Participants will gather at the Pt. Pinole Regional Shoreline. BioBlitz reservations are available.
More information about this effort and the Winters-Wholly H2O collaboration are available through the iNaturalist Richmond CA Watershed webpage and on Facebook.
Image: Wildcat Creek watershed.