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Create inspired drawings of Nature with Sarah Simblet

The Ruskin School of Art will host three summer classes with artist and author Sarah Simblet that will change how you observe and capture Nature in all your creative endeavors. 298 more words

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Outdoor sketching classes at Mount Auburn Cemetery, the first garden cemetery in the United States

Attention readers near Cambridge, MA!

Scientific illustrator Erica Beade will teach four outdoor sketching workshops at Mount Auburn Cemetery. Here’s what’s new at Classes Near You > Massachusetts… 229 more words

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Picturing Plants at Occidental Center for the Arts

Botanical Dimensions is a non-profit organization dedicated to exploring plants and the cultural knowledge surrounding them.

Next month Botanical Dimensions will host Picturing Plants: Cyanotype and Botanical Drawing as Tools for Depicting Nature… 94 more words

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Guild of Natural Science Illustrators celebrates 50th anniversary in Washington, DC

By Taina Litwak, Program Co-coordinator, GNSI Conference

The Guild of Natural Science Illustrators would like to invite you to join us at the 50th Anniversary GNSI Conference in Washington, D.C., July 15-21, 2018. 76 more words

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Explore Madagascar with illustrator Agathe Haevermans

If you’ve ever wanted to go somewhere less traveled to draw and paint plants like the botanists and artists of past centuries, here is your opportunity. 517 more words

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Finding gold at LA's Farmers Market

Sunday’s at the
Farmers Market

tag Gallery
Los Angeles, CA
April 17 – May 12, 2018

Contemporary botanical artist, Sally Jacobs, continues her exploration of Los Angeles’ farmers market in… 199 more words

Botanical Art

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COMM 203: Communication and New Media

(3 cr) New Media are changing the ways we live and work. Communication professionals must be fluent across media platforms and ready to embrace perpetual change. 944 more words