2015 POLLINATOR SUMMIT
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Founder and Director, Pollinator Pathway®
Sarah Bergmann is an artist and interdisciplinary designer whose work utilizes design thinking, planning, and science. The Pollinator Pathway extends to Bergmann's work and ideas in museums, institutions, and talks as well as a large scale book that accompanies the project. Bergmann is the winner of the Seattle Art Museum's Betty Bowen Award and the Stranger Genius Award, and her work has been praised by NPR, Popular Science, KUOW and GOOD. The Pollinator Pathway has been integrated into courses at Seattle University and The University of Washington, and artifacts from Bergmann's work have been exhibited at the Olympic Sculpture Park and the Seattle Art Museum. Bergmann lectures frequently to architecture, art, and landscape design audiences, including at the University of Washington, the Henry Art Gallery, the Seattle Art Museum, Seattle University and TEDx.
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Call 612-301-1210 or email: ArbEdu@umn.edu
Cancellation Policy: Registration cancellations must be made two weeks prior to class date in order to receive refund. A $5 processing fee will apply.