Affiliated Artist Audrey Carver’s art to be featured at Cabrillo National Monument


In collaboration with Cabrillo National Monument, we are proud to announce an upcoming exhibit featuring Affiliated Artist, Audrey Carver, opening in October.

"Along the Transect Line" will explore the beauty of art and data, highlighting each of the major scientific inventories at Cabrillo - from the rocky intertidal ecosystem to the menagerie of birds that call the park home. The new installation will be at the Cabrillo National Monument Visitors Center from October-December 2017.

There will be a special opening of this exhibit in association with the Cabrillo National Monument Foundation Moon Walk event on October 5th from 6-8 pm. This event requires a membership/ticket please visit www.CNMF.org

To read more about our Affiliated Artists, click here.


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