On Saturday, June 3rd, Arroyos & Foothills Conservancy‘s brand new summer-long interactive and immersive exhibit Living in a Wildlife Corridor opens at the historic Boddy House at Descanso Gardens!
By News Desk
Through the lenses of talented wildlife photographers and camera trappers, via the paint brushes and canvases of local artists, and through the stories and wisdom of the Tongva people who have stewarded this land for millennia, you’ll see our wild surroundings from an entirely new perspective.
Throughout the exhibition you will encounter large scale installations, stunning wildlife photography, original artwork, and interactive and educational displays made by renowned artists, photographers, educators, designers, and sculptors.
Check the exhibit website to plan your visit and book your tickets.
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