Unique environmental performance premieres at Lewis & Clark
March 31, 2010
Lawyer, poet and wilderness photographer Troy Payne (JD ‘07) and graphic artist and videographer Jeffrey Johnson present a fascinating multimedia exploration of the roots of humanity’s assumptions about nature.
Lewis & Clark Law School’s Natural Resources Law Institute and student groups Environmental Law Caucus and Northwest Environmental Defense Center proudly present this outside-of-the-box, one-of-a-kind experience for the Lewis & Clark community as well as the general public.
Two showings will be held: Wednesday, March 31 at 4:00 at Council Chamber on the college campus, and Thursday, April 1 at noon in McCarty Classroom 2 at the law school. Both showings are free; voluntary donations to support further dissemination of the work are also welcome.
For more information about this project visit Black Lantern Synergy.