the davies forum on digital literacy continues its speaker series this thursday evening with gayla trail. first the facts:
who? gayla trail, gardener, photographer, graphic designer, and crafty gal
what? a semester-long speaker series devoted to literacy in a digital age
where? maier room, fromm hall, university of san francisco
when? thursday, april 10 at 6:30 pm
price? free and open to the public
gayla trail is a toronto-based gardener, graphic designer, writer, and photographer with a background in the fine arts, cultural criticism, and ecology. she is the creator of the popular gardening project, YouGrowGirl.com and the author of you grow girl: the groundbreaking guide to gardening.
as with the rest of the davies forum speakers series, this event is free and open to the public. in preparation for the talk, you are welcome and encouraged to read the following:
barbara kingsolver, "called home," from animal, vegetable, miracle: a year of food life (harpercollins, 2007); michael pollan, "the idea of a garden," from second nature: a gardener's education (grove press, 2003); and portions from gayla trail's you grow girl: the groundbreaking guide to gardening (fireside books, 2005).
to see what we've been up to so far, see
www.flickr.com/photos/tags/daviesforum/ (photos) and www.usfca.edu/its/cit/video/davies_forum.html (videos).