We would like to invite you to the Glen Park Library, this coming Tuesday November 16 for presentations by students at San Francisco State University examining Islais Creek through the lenses of art, design and geography. We will be gathering at 2PM and with presentations running between 2:30PM~4PM and informal conversations ongoing until about 5PM.
Buried Waters is a unique class taught in collaboration with faculty from Geography, Design and Art. For the past three months, students have focused on the San Francisco Watershed, with particular attention to the Islais Creek. Slices of Islais is the culmination of the first half of the semester’s work and presents a diverse collection of views of Islais Creek.
We would welcome your presence and your participation in conversations that follow about living in this unique community shaped by Islais and the Glen Park Canyon.
For further information or questions, please contact:
Paula Levine, firstname.lastname@example.org 415-452-0278
Joshua Singer, email@example.com
Hope to see you there.
Jerry Davis, Professor, Geography and Chair of the Geography Dept.
Paula Levine, Associate Professor, Art
Josh Singer, Assistant Professor, Design
With thanks to the Institute for Civic & Community Engagement, San Francisco State