Artstravaganza!

Join us for a weekend of nature-inspired participatory art!

flyerCome to our Fall 2017 open house featuring a student art show, natural history collection displays, hands-on art making and face painting, and artist talks and demonstrations.

November 4 & 5, 12-5pm at The Norris Center (Natural Sciences II building, room 239).  Art show, exhibits, and activities will close at 4 pm on Saturday. Free parking is available in the Core West Parking Structure. Click here for map and directions.

All students and community members of all ages welcome. Free admission and donations encouraged.

Students are invited to submit 2-4 different natural history-themed artworks for the Natural History Art Exhibition at the upcoming Artstravaganza. The deadline to submit entries is September 29. Click here for more information.

 

Featured Artists and schedule of talks/demonstrations:

Saturday November 4

1pm: Juniper Harrower: Multimedia Art inspired by research in Joshua Tree National Park

2:30pm: Emily Underwood: Natural History Print-making

4pm: Josie Iselin: Ocean Garden, A Specimens Journey from Shore to Scanner

 

Sunday November 5

1pm: Dillyn Adamo: Linocut printmaking of California native plants

2:30pm: Hannah Caise: Using Markers in Scientific Illustration

4pm: Mattias LanasPerspectives in Botanical Illustration