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The Lost Bird Project has alighted in the Stanford Arts District. Find artist Todd Grain's bronze sculptures of the Passenger Pigeon, Great Auk, and others driven to extinction in modern times. The installation in February, was accompanied by a screening of the documentary and performance of the score by Grammy award-winning composer Christopher Tin ('98, MA '99) that tells the story of Grain's extraordinary project across North America that is part natural history, part artist’s diary, and all-intriguing.
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