The Art of Natural History Celebration & Symposium
Saturday, 09 November, 2013 | 08:00 AM - 03:30 PM
Event schedule for Saturday, November 9
(All events are held or begin at the Natural History Institute)
8-10am Natural History Exploration with Carl Tomoff
Expert birder and naturalist, Professor Carl Tomoff, will show you that you don't have to travel far from your door step to explore the more-than-human world.
9-11am Campus Tour of Arader Collection
Didn't get enough of historic natural history prints at the opening night? Take a tour of pieces from our Josephine Michell Arader Collection of Fine Art tucked all over campus.
10-noon Butte Creek Stream Restoration with Joel Barnes
Ready to take your 'gallery hands' out of their pockets and get hands on with some nature? Join in on the restoration efforts at Butte Creek with Joel Barnes, professor of restoration ecology at Prescott College.
2-3:30pm 'The Art of Natural History' Panel Discussion
Experts in the realms of natural history and historic print-making processes will answer all those questions that have developed while viewing the Josephine Michell Arader collection.
Check out Sunday's 'The Art of Natural History Celebration & Symposium' event for details on the final campus tour of natural history prints, and hear a presentation about what it's like to see the world from the eyes of a real, live naturalist.
The Art of Natural History weekend symposium and grand opening of the Natural History Institute is the weekend of November 8-10, 2013. The Art of Natural History exhibition features pieces from the Josephine Michell Arader Natural History Print Collection, and will show in the Art Gallery at Sam Hill Warehouse from Nov 8-Dec 14, 2013.
Saturday, 09 November, 2013
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