Grow Where You’re Planted (for NEMA Conference attendees)

Hummingbird and eggs carved by Bob Spear, and real nest.

Grow Where You’re Planted: engaging art and science in conservation

Just for NEMA conference-goers!

Visit the Birds of Vermont Museum for

  • A slightly-guided exploration of the Museum and its nearest grounds
  • A See it, Sketch It program, blending art with scientific observations
  • A conversation about how art and science approaches connect both individual perspectives and common needs

The Birds of Vermont Museum integrates elements of one man’s vision into a whole that highlights art, science, and conservation. Join us this afternoon to discover what we offer, build your own art-science practice, and discuss how these approaches together grow a conservation ethic.

REGISTER with NEMA https://nemanet.org/conference-events/conference/2019-conference/sessions-and-events/

Science, Art, and Comics with Rosemary Mosco

Event: Science, Art, and Comics with Rosemary Mosco

Join cartoonist and science communicator Rosemary Mosco for a one-hour workshop at the Birds of Vermont Museum. Combine science, art and humor to create a comic of your own. She’ll tell us how!

Rosemary will stay a little while after the program to sign books and talk to the participants.
Follow her work on twitter @RosemaryMosco or at https://www.BirdandMoon.com

$40 ($35 for Museum members)
Pre-registration required –email museum@birdsofvermont.org or call us at 802-434-2167

You can also sign up at EventBrite  ( https://www.eventbrite.com/e/science-art-and-comics-with-rosemary-mosco-tickets-74626236081 )

or on Facebook ( https://www.facebook.com/events/863859234000615/ )

Perfect for adults and older kids

Excerpt from “Redtail Blues” copyright Rosemary Mosco and used by permission.