Art & Natural History Initiative

Thanks to the generous support from generous donors, the Norris Center has launched its Art & Natural History Initiative program! We host workshops, sponsor students, and hold numerous events to connect art and natural history using the resources of the Norris Center. See our Events page for upcoming events!



New! Annual Art + Science Collaborative Graduate Fellowship 

stop motion animation of people sitting under a joshua treeThe (new) Annual Art + Science Collaborative Graduate Fellowship is open and is designed to support graduate students engaging with Art and/or Art + Science Collaborative projects that relate to Natural History or the Natural World. Natural history is the practice of direct observation and interpretation of the natural world. Each fellowship award of $2500 is made possible by the generous gifts of private donors to the Norris Center. Fellows are expected to be engaged with the Norris Center during the year of their fellowship. Visit the Norris Center website to become familiar with the work that we do. Application Due by: February 27, 12:00 am PST.  See here for previous projects