Science Meets Art at the Nature Conservancy’s Warhol Preserve

Registration is underway for an art and science workshop at the Nature Conservancy’s Warhol Preserve in Montauk on June 2. For Reimagining Our Coastlines, Cy Keener, a University of Maryland professor and artist, will lead participants as they explore sea level rise and climate change through “an imaginative lense of mapping, prose, and drawing,” according to the Nature Conservancy. In his own art, the conservancy explains, Mr. Keener “works with environmental sensors and data to create 3-D representations of environmental phenomena.”

Participants have been asked to take a sketchbook for the workshop, which will run from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. It is free, but advance registration is required through Allison Harrington at the Nature Conservancy, 631-329-3981, extension 211, or a.a.harrington@tnc.org