Sunset Moth Amphipod and Little Girl Grand Canyon
Watercolor, Ink and Acrylic Adobe Photoshop Colored Pencil
Danielle Forte Erin Collier-Zans Sierra Love Stowell
This new exhibit and website highlighting the Scientific Illustration class was designed with the scientist in mind. This is not a fine arts class. Instead the focus is on training those with little to no art background to be able to render accurate illustrations of scientific subject matter. All of the artists are pursuing degrees in museum studies or in one of the science disciplines. For more information, contact: Dr. Dena M. Smith, Curator of Invertebrate Paleontology.
Notes from Nature is a transcription project allowing people just like you to sit down (or stand up) right now and start digitizing collections from more than 200 institutions. Until now many of these collections have only been accessible in person.
February 21, 2013-February 14, 2014 In the Changing Gallery
Curated by Steve Lekson, this exhibition features more than 100 rarely exhibited ceramics from the museum’s celebrated southwestern collection and takes visitors through more than 1000 years (AD 500-1600) of southwestern history. Photographs of ancient southwestern ruins by noted aerial photographer Adriel Heisey provide a visual and dramatic frame of reference for the exhibition.
Oct. 8, 2012 – Oct. 8, 2013 In the BioLounge
Come by and immerse yourself in the diversity, beauty and behavior of beetles.
May 11, 2013 – February 14, 2014 In the Anthropology Hall
This exhibition showcases the art and history of moccasin making among various tribes in the American Southwest and their importance within Native American communities.
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