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!



Science and Art Residency

stop motion animation of people sitting under a joshua treeThe Science and Art Residency Program funds and supports creative communication opportunities for science research, and student artist professional development. Current residents include graduate students making stop-motion animation to showcase symbiosis, and teams of professors and undergraduates creating oral and written narratives to help conserve Micronesian coral reefs. See here for all of the other ongoing projects.