Please note: Donald Kennedy, essential to development of the
Art At Exits
project, died of COVID-19 April 21, 2020. See this retrospective by Gretchen Daily and Paul Ehrlich in Science.

  * Introduction to the exhibit
    * One building with a digital display that features a nearby species
      as well as Science Art matched to work by by affiliates
    * Nine buildings with installations provided by VKK Signmakers, Inc., of
     Redwood City, CA, who printed the images and installed
     acrylic displays showcasing works by John James Audubon.
     The artwork, featuring birds found on campus, was printed from digital
     images provided gratis by the National Audubon Society

    * Art near exits opening toward area featured bird may be seen
    * Caption's science lens provides access into the art
    * More Audubons may follow
    * Mobile version available (beta)
  Location of the Displays and Stanford Species Featured
  Y2E2 is the most recent
building to participate,
and the first with
a digital display.

Of the six species featured
in the display, five are
involved in Y2E2 research.

Click on Slide Show.

1st floor

Slide Show
Carnegie Institution

Keck Science

Green Library

McClatchy Hall

Lane Hall
(History Corner)

Mudd Chemistry Building
(Braun Auditorium)

Hume Center
for Writing and Speaking
Tresidder Union
1st floor

Jasper Ridge
Sun Field Station
Tresidder Union
1st floor

                                                                                                     Images courtesy of National Audubon Society
  Comment on the exhibit.
  Add art (incl. photos, links to videos, etc.,) to the website.
  Add science (published or unpublished) to the website coverage.
  Observed a campus bird? Add sighting to the campus database.

      National Audubon Society
      Stanford University:
         Bill Lane Center for the American West
         Center for Conservation Biology
         Stanford Arts Institute
      Science Art-Nature

  For more information on campus birds
      1. Birds of Stanford website:
      2. Printable Checklist of Campus Birds
      3. Birds of Stanford: 30 Species Seen on the Main Campus
    44 pg. pocket booklet available from the Stanford Bookstore ($8.99)

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