Online Film Screening & Urban Ecology Panel Discussion
In a time of physical distancing, come together to think about the similarities cities around the world share. Enjoy a personal screening of the film, followed by a recorded panel discussion exploring themes around urban ecology, landscape architecture, history, city planning, language, and more. Experts will consider how ideas from the film relate to issues in Los Angeles.
This event is free, but you must RSVP to receive links to the content. These will be emailed out by Friday April 17th, so that you may enjoy at any time during the weekend in your own time zone.
Panelists will include:
- Sandra Jasper Film Co-author and Junior Professor of Geography + Gender in Human-Environment-Systems at Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin
- Kat Superfisky Urban Ecologist at City of Los Angeles + Founder of Grown in LA (Panel Discussion Moderator)
- Evan Meyer, Executive Director at Theodore Payne Foundation + Street Plants author
- Lila Higgins, Senior Manager of Community Science at Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County + Co-founder of City Nature Challenge + Author of Wild LA
Related social handles include: @uclabotanical @natureinla @naturaurbana @sandrajasper_geog @theodorepayne @growninla