Catherine Chalmers is a multi-media artist whose work focuses on the complex relationship between nature and culture. Using video, photography, drawing and sculpture, her work aims to give form to the richness, as well as the brutality and indifference that often characterize our connection with animals. She uses art as a medium to explore and expand her involvement with nature and to discover a way to broaden the cultural significance of the non-human world.
On the Museum grounds at the southeast corner of the museum building.
Throughout the summer
February 14, 2013- February 18, 2016
April 30, 2014 - September 25, 2014
The University of Colorado Museum of Natural History is proud to present the 2014 Guild of Natural Science Illustrators 2014 Annual Members Exhibit. This juried exhibition represents the finest in contemporary scientific illustration by members of the GNSI, a nonprofit organization dedicated to the practice of scientific illustration.
For some background, this exhibition was described nicely in the Scientific American Blogs: http://tinyurl.com/ofonx3p
Contemporary Pueblo Pottery showcases pottery from historical and contemporary Pueblo potters who remember and honor the ancient pottery produced by their ancestors. Themes, techniques and styles from places like Mesa Verde and the Mimbres Valley are revisited in these strikingly beautiful examples of contemporary Pueblo ceramics.
Come have a cup of coffee and explore the world of biodiversity in a changing dynamic space that features a vareity of always-changing exhibits.
We invite you to explore the Paleontology Hall and the exhibit "Fossils: Clues to the Past" to see how fossils are studied and what things can be learned from them.
This special exhibit invites children of all ages to learn about natural history...