Valerie Pasquarella curates art exhibit at Broadmoor Wildlife Sanctuary
Department of Earth and Environment Graduate Student Valerie Pasquarella recently assisted Department of History of Art and Architecture Masters student Sam Toabe co-curate an art exhibition at the Broadmoor Wildlife Sanctuary.
The exhibit, Rediscover Broadmoor, pays homage to the history of the Broadmoor Wildlife Sanctuary through the presentation of “maps, photographs, artwork, and objects from the Broadmoor archives” (Exhibits).
The Broadmoor Wildlife Sanctuary, located in Natick, provides its visitors with a unique wilderness experience, allowing visitors to see multiple types of wildlife habitats in one location.
Paquarella, a Ph.D candidate in Applied Remote Sensing/GIS, performed her dissertation research at Broadmoor.
Rediscover Broadmoor runs from October 29th to November 30th in conjunction with the opening of the Broadmoor’s “newly renovated Nature Center” (Exhibits).
Broadmoor will host an opening reception for the exhibit November 10th from 2 to 4 pm.
For more information about Rediscover Broadmoor or the Broadmoor Wildlife Sanctuary, visit their website.