Washington Heights Branch of the New York Public Library
1000 St. Nicholas Avenue
New York, New York
A public exhibition celebrating biodiversity and its roles in history will open Earth Day, April 22, 2017, and last through May 19, 2017 at the Washington Heights Branch of the New York Public Library. The exhibition is designed and produced by students of Barnard College and Columbia University. Contributors include: Arielle Alterwaite, Stephanie Barral, Tristan Brown, Gabrielle Bruno, Lyra Cooper, Robert Corban, Rosalind Donald, Linda Gordon, Sara Heiny, Maggie Israel, Petros Krommidas, Lila Livingston, Laura McLean, Anna McNulty, Julie Moon, Melissa Morris, Camila Puig Ibarra, Claire Sabel, Zhuoxuan Tian, Daniel West, Adrien Zakar, Mollie Zanger, Wenrui Zhao, Professor Deborah Coen.
The exhibition is free and open to the public. With additional support from the American Museum of Natural History, the Center for Science & Society at Columbia University, the Mellon Foundation, and the American Historical Association.