CSUF News Service
Great Pacific Flyway Exhibit Opens
Fullerton Arboretum Hosts Exhibition May 31 –July 26.
May 29, 2015
A multidisciplinary art installation that explores the Great Pacific Flyway, one of the four major migratory bird routes in North America, opens at the Fullerton Arboretum Sunday, May 31, and runs through July 26.
“Instinct Extinct: The Great Pacific Flyway” is designed to share and translate the Pacific Flyway through an interactive, intermedia environment. Visitors can explore the experience of being with migratory birds and other species viewed through a range of lenses: wildlife habitat, agricultural backdrop, recreational commons, conservation, as well as inspirational phenomena for artists, writers and others.
The traveling exhibition, produced by Exhibit Envoy is a partnership of the visual artist team – Valerie Constantino, Glenda Drew and Ann Savageau – with various organizations, associations, agencies, scientists and scholars.
The exhibit is free and open to the public Saturdays and Sundays, noon to 4 p.m. in the Arboretum’s Orange County Agricultural & Nikkei Heritage Museum. More information is available online.