Endangered Animals Public Art Project

The Loving Amphipod (Hays Spring Amphipod) Weatherized wooden shapes. 31” x 23” 2 1/2’”

Sculpture placed on the light pole on Connecticut Avenue NW, in front of The National Zoo, Washington, DC.

This project is a collaboration between Capitol Hill Arts Workshop, Cleveland Park Main Street, and Woodley Park Main Street to bring sculptures of local animals that are currently endangered or that once lived in Rock Creek Park to lamp posts along the Connecticut Ave. NW corridor between the Cleveland Park and Woodley Park metros.

Related activities

CHAWrtidotes: Family Day. Workshop with artists Blas Goncalves, Khadija Jahmila, Davide Prete and Wendy Sittner. Saturday, May 11, 12-2pm, 2024. Capitol Hill Arts Workshop.

Funded by DC Commission on the Arts and Humanities, partially funded and hosted by Capitol Hill Arts Workshop.

Sculptures related to the project by students K-2 and K-3-5 YAP Program. Capitol Hill Arts Workshop. Documentation by students.