2019 Art Exhibit: Pollinate This!
art inspiring seeds of conservation
We wander in gardens, foster habitats, explore ecosystems. Life buzzes, entwines, fosters and interacts—one species to another and another and another. Birds and insects and plants thrive together.
Can we pause, notice? Can we let the outside in, become as intimately connected to the world as a pollinated plant is to its pollinators?
Visit our 2019 art exhibit, Pollinate This!, and discover how 34 Vermont artists and photographers answer these questions in their work.
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Do you create with fibers? Do you have a thing for birds, science, or conservation? We do too. Please consider sharing your artistic and craft skills with us and our visitors!
The Birds of Vermont Museum seeks both art and craft for our 2015 season Art Exhibit, “Birds of a Fiber”.
The Birds of Vermont Museum seeks artwork for an exhibit commemorating the Passenger Pigeon. In the 100 years since the last Passenger Pigeon died, a deeper and more passionate comprehension of extinction compels us to conserve and protect. The Museum’s exhibit intends to highlight different aspects of the Passenger Pigeon’s story and its consequences. If …
Do you do birds? The Birds of Vermont Museum and the Vermont Center for Ecostudies are collaborating on an exhibit for this year at the Birds of Vermont Museum. We are celebrating the VCE’s updated Breeding Birds of Vermont atlas and its release as a printed book (see more at http://www.vtecostudies.org/vbba/). This atlas is a …