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Emma Thorne-Christy is a Los Angeles based exhibition designer with an M.F.A. in Exhibit Design and a B.A. in American Studies. She specializes in cultural, history and social justice exhibits. Her services include project management, architectural and spatial design, graphic design, and participatory and interactive design. more...
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February 25, 2020 - March 25, 2020
Tuesday, February 25, 2020
07:00 PM - 09:00 PM
Northern Elephant Seals (Mirounga Angustirostris) of Point Reyes National Seashore, Doreen Gurrola - American Cetacean Society - SF Bay Chapter
Bay Model Visitor Center   Organization Web Page
Sausalito, California
Northern elephant seals, once a highly endangered species along our coast, are now found in many rookeries from Northern California to Baja California, Mexico. The colony at Point Reyes National Seashore has slowly grown since they recolonized this area in the 1980s. Students from Dominican University of California will present the natural history of these amazing marine mammals along with the results of their surveys. Speakers will include Noelle Mauricio, Logan Siemers, Rhianon Vertin-Hawkins, Wyatt Walsh, Samantha Young, and Professor Doreen Gurrola. ///// ///// DOREEN GURROLA: Professor Doreen Gurrola has been working with marine mammals for over 25 years. She is an adjunct professor at Dominican University of California where she is currently teaching courses in environmental science. Prior to her role at Dominican University, Gurrola worked as a marine science educator at The Marine Mammal Center, and as a naturalist at Oceanic Society. She received her Master of Science in marine sciences at Moss Landing Marine Laboratories. At Dominican University of California, students spend two years working with their professor in a Research Methodology course. Professor Doreen Gurrola has partnered with the National Park Service to allow students to study elephant seals of Point Reyes National Seashore. As these students have finished up their research, they will present their survey results. ///// NOELLE MAURICIO: Noelle Mauricio is currently pursuing a Bachelor of Science in Biological Science with a concentration in Ecology and Environment Science. Her hometown of Salinas, California allowed for frequent visits to the beaches in the Monterey Bay, instilling curiosity about the natural world and inspiring her undergraduate major. After graduating, she aspires to work in conservation or habitat restoration. ///// LOGAN SIEMERS: Logan Siemers is a junior majoring in Biology. He also plans to
American Cetacean Society - SF Bay Chapter Admission is free. Donations are encouraged, $10 general, $5 students.
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Saturday, February 29, 2020
01:00 PM - 02:00 PM
Trekking the Model External Event Page
Bay Model Visitor Center   Organization Web Page
Sausalito, California
Join a Ranger or docent on a guided tour of the Bay Model, a 1.5-acre hydraulic model of the San Francisco Bay and Delta. Discover the stories of the two major operations that took place at this location between 1942 –2000.
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Tue, February 4 - Sat, March 28, 2020
Nicholas Coley - Art Exhibition
Sausalito, California
Nicholas Coley was born in Connecticut in 1971 and raised in Muir Beach, California. He hitch hiked around the states for a couple years after high school trying to find Don Juan and Carlos Castenada. He was sure he had a destiny to become a medicine man or a brujo, but after getting hepatitis in a hostel in Santa Fe, he moved to Europe and studied art at the Beaux-Arts plus another small school for painting in the south of France. He lived, studied, and meditated daily for a year in a Buddhist Monastery outside of Bordeaux. After reading 'The tropic of Capricorn' by Henry Miller, he decided he was not meant for the disciplined, monastic life and went off in search for a more creative and spontaneous world, taking him to Prague for a year and selling paintings to tourists on the Charles Bridge. From there he took the transiberian railroad through Russia and deep into China before having a complete spiritual collapse in the summer of '94. The good news is it's been a slow climb back up the mountain toward the beneficence and belonging of a higher power. Anchored by the love of a good woman he's actually been able to support his family, two extraordinary little kids (and another on the way), even putting a down payment on a house...all exclusively with the proceeds from painting sales, which he's damn proud of and still sort of in dumb happy shock. For almost 20 years now he has been painting full time, almost everyday. Turns out, he was something of a medicine man after all.
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