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The Intersection of Art and Science
Episode 1. Soggy, Scruffy, and Shared: How Art Can Help Shape Land Use

Apr 22, 2021 12:30 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Stacy Levy
Stacy Levy is an artist who works with rain, urban tides and watersheds. Her projects give a home to rain on many sites, from parking lots to nature centers. Her installations on tidal rivers give people a sense of the amplitude and timing of the tide in cities. She also works to make visible how watersheds are the capillaries of the land, carrying precious rainwater from sky to the sea. She has created temporary and permanent works in Philadelphia, New York, Seattle, Phoenix, Tampa, Miami and San Antonio and Fayetteville AR. She often collaborates with engineers, ecologists and landscape architects to make artworks that help solve simple site issues like stormwater runoff, water pollution and streambank erosion. Stacy has a BA from Yale University in art and forestry. She got her MFA from Tyler School of Art at Temple University. Stacy has been awarded the Henry Meigs Environmental Leadership Award, Penn Future Award for Women in Conservation and a Pew Fellowship in the Arts.