Nature in Translation is a commissioned dance for Wilderness Workshop that incorporates the sculptures of James Surls and Charmaine Locke. The performance encourages observers to pause and reflect about how to relate to nature and regard her wonders. Does the natural world speak to you? What are you saying back? The audience is invited to experience how art can spur meaningful conservation with the environment.
Please note: Performance involves walking on stone path uphill for 20 minutes. Please bring comfortable footwear.