Step into the dark … and witness something amazing
Date: March 31 2010 4:00pm - 5:30pm Location: Council Chamber
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.
The Environmental and Natural Resources Law Program is located in Wood Hall on the Law Campus.
Environmental and Natural Resources Law Program
Lewis & Clark Law School
10015 S.W. Terwilliger Boulevard, MSC 51
Portland, OR 97219