The ART+BIO Collaborative, a MA non-profit organization, is offering ISLAND LIFE: Tropical Field Studies of Art+Nature in Puerto Rico, July 6-12 and DESERT LIFE: Field Studies of Art+Nature in the Southwest, August 3-9. Both programs are designed for students, artists, scientists, professionals and people generally interested in nature, art, and biology.
ISLAND LIFE: Tropical Field Studies of Art+Nature in Puerto Rico is a hands-on, immersive, and project-based program that integrates biology and art in the field, at various environments in Puerto Rico. The focus of the program is to learn about Puerto Rico’s unique wildlife through artmaking and field biology. We travel to rainforests, dry forests, beach, coastal, coral reef, mangrove, and mountain environments. The program involves multiple site-specific projects that integrate creativity, art and biology. The dates are from July 6-12, 2015 Info and registration: http://www.artbiocollaborative.com/island-life
DESERT LIFE: Field Studies of Art+Nature in the Southwest is similar to ISLAND LIFE, except we camp at various sites in west Texas and southwest New Mexico during the program. The program provides an immersive experience of the diverse environments of the Chihuahuan Desert, such as white sand dunes, black lava rocks, mountain caves, and riparian habitats. The dates are from August 3-9, 2015 Info and registration: http://www.artbiocollaborative.com/desert-life
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