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Jenny Kane

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Jenny Kane is an artist and educator whose work explores community-building in diverse environments. In 2016, she received an MFA in Public Practice from Otis College of Art and Design. Currently she coordinates a Volunteer Art Program for The Joshua Tree Art Innovation Laboratory (JT Lab), an NEA funded arts initiative, hosted by Joshua Tree National Park. She spends summers guiding mountain expeditions in the Sierra. 

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John Bachar on Zombie Woof (5.12b) in Real Hidden Valley. | © Brian Rennie/Benchmark Studios (1978 - 2017).
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Landscape of Belonging: A History of Joshua Tree’s Climbing Community

About a decade after it was established as a National Monument in 1936, Joshua Tree began drawing the attention of another kind of prospector, seeking a different kind of relationship with the landscape: the Climber. 
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A Conversation at the Devil's Punchbowl

Artists and community members convened in the Antelope Valley's Devil's Punchbowl County Park to discuss the relationships people have developed with the local environment.
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Littlerock Creek Watershed: A Shared Resource

The Littlerock Creek Wash has been a community resource since the first non-natives settled in Littlerock in this corner of the Antelope Valley in the late 1800s.
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