Artist Jane Kim: Sharing Her Wonder of Birds at Taking Flight Benefit

Jane Kim will be the guest artist and speaker at Bird Rescue’s Taking Flight fundraising and awards event.
Bay Area artist Jane Kim works on a 260-foot-long monarch butterfly mural in Ogden, Utah.

Artist and muralist, Jane Kim, will be the keynote speaker at our upcoming Taking Flight benefit and awards ceremony in Berkeley, CA on May 3, 2022.

She is well-known for her large-scale public artworks such as the Wall of Birds at the Cornell Lab of Ornithology. At the event, Jane will complete an original painting live on stage during her talk. Guests will have the opportunity to bid on the piece during the silent auction after watching the artwork come to life while enjoying a flight of beers or wine.

About the Artist: Jane Kim is a visual artist, science illustrator, and the founder of Ink Dwell, a Bay Area studio that explores the wonders of the natural world. She has created large-scale public art across the country and produced works for the National Aquarium, the de Young Museum, Leigh Yawkey Woodson Art Museum, Weber State University, and more. She is the creator of the Migrating Mural campaign, a series of public installations that highlight wildlife along migration corridors it shares with people. For more of her artwork, please visit

Don’t miss out on this exciting event! Tickets are available for both in-person and virtual attendance. Early bird tickets are $35 until March 31.

What: Taking Flight: Awards Ceremony and Benefit

When: Tuesday, May 3, 2022, 5:30 PM VIP Reception, 6:30 PM General Admission

Where: Freight & Salvage, Berkeley, CA

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