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John Grade on the "Piedmont Divide" Project

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Uploaded on Nov 11, 2011

John Grade, a Seattle-based environmental artist, talks about his current project involving the Emory Quad and Candler Lake at Lullwater Preserve. Volunteers are needed -- for more information, see http://www.signupgenius.com/go/volunt...

For more information on the project and events related to Grade's visit, see http://visualarts.emory.edu/

See article in ArtsCriticATL.com -- http://www.artscriticatl.com/2011/11/...

Grade's public sculptural art project -- in combination with Emory University's commitment to sustainability and strengths in science, health, social research, and public health -- highlights important conversations between science and art and brings environmental awareness to students, the greater Atlanta community, and the Southeastern region.

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