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Promoting Wildlife Through Art Across CUNY Colleges

Dear CUNY Community,


I am excited to share a new initiative aimed at promoting wildlife conservation through the captivating art of wildlife photography. After hosting successful events at LaGuardia Community College, I am eager to expand this initiative to other CUNY campuses.



Wildlife photography is more than just capturing beautiful images; it is a powerful tool for raising awareness about the natural world. Through these exhibitions, we can inspire students, faculty, and the broader community to engage more deeply with conservation efforts. My goal is to create displays that not only showcase stunning wildlife photos but also educate viewers about the importance of preserving habitats and species.


To make this vision a reality, I need your help. I am looking to connect with gallery directors, art department heads, or other key contacts who can facilitate these exhibitions at their respective colleges. Your support in this endeavor will help us reach a wider audience and foster a greater appreciation for wildlife conservation within the CUNY community.


Imagine walking through a gallery filled with breathtaking images of eagles in flight, lions in their natural habitat, or delicate hummingbirds. Each photograph tells a story and serves as a reminder of the beauty and fragility of our natural world. By bringing these images to more campuses, we can create a lasting impact on how people view and interact with wildlife.

Thank you for considering this initiative and for any assistance you can provide. Together, we can make a significant impact in promoting wildlife conservation through the art of photography.

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