"Choosing Sustainable Community" (A Senior Project Exhibit)

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"Choosing Sustainable Community" (A Senior Project Exhibit)

An exhibit designed by Katie Williamson '15 as the culmination of an Anthropology independent study on how sustainability intersects with community life.

Thursday, June 4, 2015
4:00pm-7:00pm
Hopkins Center, Room 132 (across from the box office)
Intended Audience(s): Public
Categories: Arts, Exhibitions

"Choosing Sustainable Community" is a culminating senior project for an Anthropology independent study by Katie Williamson '15. The main research questions and conclusions were inspired by time she spent at Cobb Hill Cohousing Community, a sustainable community in Hartland, Vermont. This exhibit presents the major themes that constitute sustainable community and asks visitors to engage with how they identify with place, sustainability, labor & governance, and social culture in a community setting as a way to imagine an alternative way of living. Sponsored by the Anthropology Department and the Claire Garber Goodman Fund.

For more information, contact:
Katie Williamson

Events are free and open to the public unless otherwise noted.