Urban Arbortecture

Urban Arbortecture is a  walking tour through downtown Seattle in which I use trees as a jumping off point to discuss  the city’s history, progress, urban planning developments, social justice, and public art. Stops include Pilgrim Pillars Park, Freeway Park, the Tree Grate Museum, the Giant Sequoia on Stewart Street, and Anne and Patrick Poirier’s New Archetypes.

The tour was initially created while I was the artist is residence with the Seattle Office of Arts and Culture. I have since led this tour through Atlas Obscura and presented it as a TED-like talk for Ampersand Live! at the Moore Theater, Seattle, WA

Urban Arbortecture, Walking tour, Seattle, WA

Urban Arbortecture at Ampersand Live!, Moore Theater, Seattle, WA, Oct. 2017