This beautifully crafted book brings together a diverse community of artists, designers and scientists interested in understanding and raising public awareness about local water and its relationship to global climate. This engaging collection of photographs, graphic design, architectural drawings, artist books, essays and poems by University of Arizona faculty and students is an ode to the dry rivers of Tucson, Arizona.
This journal strives to build bridges between arts, social sciences, humanities and science through showcasing interdisciplinary student work. We are proud to display the wide variety of viewpoints and creative activities across the state of Arizona. In keeping with the University of Arizona’s mission as a public research university, this student-led journal will continue to serve as a forum for innovative scholarship and research on the region. The journal is available both in print and online. Other volumes of this journal are available in print through the Confluencenter office.