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Filmmaker Evan Mather takes viewers on a cross-country journey in the world premiere of From Sea to Shining Sea, a contemporary portrait of the American landscape chronicled via coast-to-coast time-lapse video and audio collage. The film traverses eleven states from the Chesapeake Bay to San Francisco through cities and towns, and over a variety of geographical features to create a sense of the vastness and diversity within the United States. Viewers will leave with a greater appreciation of the country’s diverse physical and cultural landscape. Phillip Stamper-Halpin, Public Relations and Communications Coordinator at the American Society of Landscape Architects, provides opening remarks . Mather provides comments and answers questions after the film. From Sea to Shining Sea is being shown in association with National Landscape Architecture Month.
From Sea to Shining Sea is generously sponsored by the American Society of Landscape Architects.
Listen to the director's commentary from this program and watch the film.
$10 Museum & ASLA member | $10 Student | $12 Non-member.
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Photo: Still image by Evan Mather from From Sea to Shining Sea. Crossing the Missouri River west of Saint Louis.