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      Avian Coloration: An Art and Science Workshop in Cambridge

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      February 3, 2018

      Saturday   9:30 AM

      1350 Massachusetts Ave
      Cambridge, Massachusetts 02138

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      Avian Coloration: An Art and Science Workshop

      Harvard Museum of Natural History
      26 Oxford St, Cambridge
      Sat., Feb. 3, 2018, 9:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.

      The Harvard Museum of Natural History invites you to explore and consider the bird. The world of birds is full of diverse feather colors that combine to form amazing plumage patterns-- from neon yellow to somber black. How and why do birds achieve these decorative feats? Beginning with a microscopic look at feathers and expanding out to a broad perspective of patterns across bird families, Harvard University graduate student Dakota McCoy will use feather and bird specimens from the University's collections to explore how and why this diversity of forms arose. Artist Erica Beade will show participants how to capture the nuance of avian color and form in their drawings. Don't miss this special union of art and science!

      Gazette Classification: Art/Design, Classes/Workshops
      Organization/Sponsor: Presented by the Harvard Museum of Natural History.
      Speaker(s): Erica Beade, Arist/Illustrator/Educator, Dakota McCoy, Harvard University Graduate Student
      Cost: $45 members/$55 nonmembers
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      Ticket Info: Advanced registration is required.
      Contact, (617) 495-3045

      Categories: Education | Art Galleries & Exhibits | University & Alumni

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