Over the past few years, the National Parks Arts Foundation has partnered with Dry Tortugas National Park, west of Key West in Southern Florida, to create an artist-in-residence opportunity in pristine isolation, at Loggerhead Key. Loggerhead Key is the westernmost of 7 islets of the Dry Tortugas, and features a number of historic sites, and is a natural habitat for many unusual species.
This Big Blend Radio interview features Tanya Ortega – Photographer and Founder of National Parks Arts Foundation (NPAF) that presents artist-in-residence programs in parks, and Santa Fe based husband-wife artist team Julie and Matthew Chase-Daniel who will be the NPAF artists-in-residence at Dry Tortugas National Park in September 2017. Julie is a poet and Matthew works in photography, sculpture, and drawing. Check out the Online Jigsaw Puzzle of Matthew's photo-assemblage artwork of Seven Mile Beach in Grand Cayman Island.
Music featured on this segment is 'Fish Fever' by South African musician James Saunders.
This Big Blend Radio interview originally aired live on BlogTalkRadio.com on May 5, 2017.
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