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News: SciArt for Children

For almost a year now, I’ve been contributing natural history and science illustrations+text to a gorgeous children’s magazine called root & star.

My pieces have provided artful science-based exposure to… 103 more words


Project Spotlight: Fun With Numbers

Volunteering provides an opportunity to develop new skills and build an existing experience and knowledge. It is essentially giving your time freely to participate in activities, which benefit others. 752 more words

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When younger minds train older ones: Buddy Club and ActiviTeas

If you`re a fan of The Beatles, then you probably heard of the song “When I`m Sixty-Four”. But have you ever thought about how your life may be at that age? 796 more words

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Workshop: Drawn to Wildlife

Drawn to Wildlife: Sketching for Scientists
Cody, Wyoming

11/17/2016 ● 12:30-4:00 pm ● Lab, Draper Natural History Museum● limited to 25 participants

This hands-on workshop for wildlife biologists will take place during The Wildlife Society’s Wyoming chapter  386 more words


You're Invited: Sci-Art Symposium!

I’m super excited to invite you to register for a Sci-Art Symposium I’ve been co-planning for the past year. The big idea is to bring together a wide-ranging set of ideas, examples, and thinkers/do-ers to build a powerful foundation for on-going SciArt synergy on the University of Wyoming campus, in Wyoming communities, and beyond. 371 more words


Sketchbook Snapshots: Tortoises and Hares in the Kenyan Highlands

This is my first trip to Kenya, and to Africa more generally. So far, it has been a fascinating blend of rural and urban, English and Swahili (and with it a reminder that learning a language isn’t a one-month project), and wildlife, plants, and landscapes utterly unlike anything I’ve ever seen. 522 more words

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Sketchbook Snapshot: tortoises & hares in Tanzania

“There’s so much of everything! All of it inextricably tangled together […] To describe is to select – and to select only a microscopic sample from this overwhelming profusion.”

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