Charles Hood

Charles Hood has studied birds and natural history from the Amazon to Tibet, and he has seen more than five thousand species of birds in the wild. A widely published poet, he has received numerous fellowships and writing awards, and his most recent artist-in-residence positions were with the National Science Foundation in Antarctica and with Playa Arts in Oregon. He has also been a visiting professor in England, Mexico, and Papua New Guinea. Hood is currently a research fellow with the Center for Art and Environment at the Nevada Museum of Art as well as a teacher of writing and photography at Antelope Valley College in the Mojave Desert.

Upcoming Events

What is a perfect field guide, and why don’t we already have them?

Saturday May 12 2018   TBD
Sedgwick Reserve - Clarke Hall  3566 Brinkerhoff Ave, Santa Ynez, CA  map

Past Events

First Friday Lit Chat with Charles Hood

Friday Oct 06 2017   6:00 PM
The Tannery Arts Center  1050 River St Studio #118, Santa Cruz, CA  map

Walking Tour of the Trees and Buildings of Olvera Street

Saturday Sep 24 2016   11:00 AM
Union Station Info Kiosk  800 N Alameda St, Los Angeles, CA  map