Dry Media – A Herbarium Art Workshop
A herbarium is a biorepository of dried, preserved plant specimens for scientific study. The University of Manitoba Herbarium houses the largest collection of vascular plants in Manitoba, with over 76,000 records. Artists will gain access to this plant collection, view specimens beneath dissection microscopes, and capture images with a microscope camera. Projects resulting from the workshop (not limited to drawings) will be shown in a group exhibit at the Edge Gallery from February 20th-March 6th 2015.
- Helga Jakobson, visual artist
- Chantal Dupas, visual artist
- Dawn Wood, plant scientist
- Diana Sawatzky, botanist, hebarium assistant curator
Space is limited. Please submit your name and contact information, with 250 words expressing your interest in this workshop to Diana.Sawatzky@umanitoba.ca by November 14th 2014.
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