30 August 2014

"Drawn to History" workshop on September 11!

I'll be leading a workshop on the synergy between art and science in a couple of weeks! If you're in Quebec City and want to join us, scroll down for all the details.

Looking for a workshop near you? Visit my website (www.commnatural.com) and check the calendar for upcoming workshops, or contact me to schedule a workshop in your area!

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Drawn to History: Exploring the synergy between art and the natural sciences.

Turn back time to an era when art and the natural sciences were inseparable!

Frog in pants_v4_rs_wmJoin local artist Bethann G. Merkle for a rare event held in the Morrin Centre’s Victorian-era science lab.

Following an illustrated talk with special emphasis on local natural history and scientists, you will enjoy a series of facilitated sketching and observation activities.

Bethann will teach you how to record your observations of nature specimens using a combination of sketches and notes.



Whether you are a novice or a well-seasoned artist, a nature buff or a curious newcomer, the techniques introduced during this soirée offer a strong foundation for those interested in developing urban and/or nature sketching habits.

This multidisciplinary soirée is part of the Morrin Centre’s Connecting Through Culture series, which includes a variety of bilingual events, such as historical talks and musical concerts. Through these events, participants have the opportunity to meet members of the Francophone and Anglophone communities and come together through their shared passions.

Don’t miss this interactive talk/workshop in English, followed by a bilingual Q&A, to be held at the Morrin Centre on Thursday, September 11 at 7:00 p.m.

Admission

$15.00; includes a glass of wine or beer (to get your internal natural historian’s curiosity flowing). Participants will also have the option to purchase sketchbooks at the beginning of the session.

Register

Click here to register for the workshop via the Morrin Centre's website. Feel free to spread the word and bring a friend!

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