Erin Sharkey agreed to join us for our “Art & Movement Building: Strategies for Food Systems Change” at the Northeast Sustainable Agriculture Working Group (NESAWG) annual conference in Philly, PA this October, and we need your help to get there.
Click here to help us get to Philly.
Erin’s Bio: Erin Sharkey is a writer, producer, educator and graphic designer based in Minneapolis. Formerly the Growing Green Creative Director at Buffalo’s Massachusetts Avenue Project, Erin is the co-founder/director of an experimental arts production company called Free Black Dirt. She is currently exploring soil, migration, farming, and astronomy as an artist in residence at the Bell Museum of Natural History at the University of Minnesota. Click here to learn more about Erin and her work.
Click here to learn more about NESAWG and our workshop.