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About 3,800 visitors headed to Sarah P. Duke Gardens on March 5, 2023, for beautiful, sunny weather and an afternoon of activities inspired by Spirit in the Land. The cherry trees were in full bloom! Local artists offered activities to engage all five senses: Leah Sobsey sharing cyanotypes with pressed plants, Beverly Scarlett sharing stories of the local Black and Indigenous Maroon community, Eli Feldman sharing chabana, Triangle Land Conservancy sharing Project Budburst, adé x dynamism sharing surround sound, Equity Through Stories students sharing how to build your relationship with plants, Lee Edwards and Courtney Crumpler sharing listening and attunement to the land through movement, Claire Alexandre sharing soil painting and Slice 325 sharing flavor as art. The Nasher Museum thanks Kavanah Anderson, director of learning and community engagement at Duke Gardens, for her time, expertise and community connections in planning this beautiful event.

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