Douglas Tolman (he) is an interdisciplinary artist primarily practicing in Great Salt Lake Watershed. He believes a sense of place and connection to community are the strongest tools we have for fixing the West’s socio-ecological issues. Residing in the space between sculpture and image, his practice is informed by place-based youth education, ecological science, and human-powered movement. He is currently in MFA Candidacy as a CFA Graduate Research Excellence Fellow at the University of Utah. With his practice, he hopes to facilitate a sense of place within the community by reframing historical narratives and promoting civic participation in the places we call home.