Join Artist Daniel McCormick To Create a Living Sculpture at Adobe Creek
Connect With a Local Watershed Through Art!
January 14-16, 2012, Redwood Grove, Los Altos Register at: www.acterra.org/stewardship
Volunteers will help with tasks such as hauling branches and other materials, cutting, trimming, weaving and securing materials to the creek bank. Training will be provided on-site. Two shifts are available each day from 9:30 – noon and 1 – 4 pm. Volunteers must be able to work the entire shift and be physically capable of the activities described above (ages teen through adult). While there are some youth-appropriate activities this project is not a suitable activity for young children. If you don’t meet the qualifications to volunteer, you are welcome to come watch the installation in progress.
About the artist: Daniel McCormick is an interdisciplinary artist and design professional with integrated skills in the fields of sculptural installation, environmental design and ecological restoration. He is the recipient of numerous awards, including an Artist Grant from the Ludwig Vogelstein Foundation, an Invitational Bridge Residency Award from the Headlands Center for the Arts, a creative development grant from the Blumenthal Foundation, a Creative Capital Award and an Urban Landscape Award from the Friends of the Urban Forest. McCormick’s work has been featured in exhibitions at the Oakland Museum of California, Sonoma Valley Museum of Art, Bolinas Art Museum, Headlands Center for the Arts, Armory Center for the Arts in Pasadena, CA and the McColl Center for Visual Art.