Learning Endings, an interdisciplinary research project focused on the climate crisis and threatened ocean ecosystems, will lead this free "walkshop," blending storytelling, conversation, and performance along the Lincoln Park shoreline. Care for the Stranded will honor the passing of a juvenile humpback whale who died on the beach just south of Fauntleroy Ferry Terminal in 2016; while contemplating the memory of the creature, participants will be invited to consider how its death can impact our understanding of ocean animals, humans, and our "entangled futures." Learning Endings artists and researchers Patty Chang, Astrida Neimanis, and Aleksija Neimanis will be joined by Duwamish Tribal Council member Ken Workman, research biologist Jessie Huggins, and Canadian audio artist Anne Bourne for the walkshop.
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