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The Intersection of Art and Nature - SOLD OUT

sat27aug10:30 amsat11:30 amThe Intersection of Art and Nature - SOLD OUTBug Lab

Event Details

The Intersection of Art and Nature is a series of interactive programs focusing on the Grand River Watershed and making connections to art. These family classes will focus on students in the 3rd through 8th grade and will offer three unique areas of focus to choose from.

In Bug Lab, students will work with Professor Nancy Hart of Kendall College of Art and Design to explore a variety of insects that call the Grand River home. This course will travel to the riverfront to identify different species, their body segments and ways the insects have adapted to their environment. The program will continue in the Museum’s lab to create illustrations and diagrams of the species they collected.

The one hour programs are limited to 20 participants per class and parents are encouraged to attend with their child. Start times for the three class offerings are staggered and parents may register their students for as many classes as they wish. Parents who wish to experience these classes with their students must also register to attend. Registration fee is just $2 per attendee for each class in this program, plus the cost of general admission to the Museum.