DBG Pollinator Exhibit and Legacy Project

Two large events are coming. First is a big exhibit late next year that you need to be planning for now. Second is a long-term project we need your input on:

Exhibit Call

Plants, Birds & Pollinators Art Serving Science

Mark your calendar and plan an entry!

The Denver Botanic Gardens and the GNSI are pleased to announce a premier juried exhibition opportunity for GNSI members only, highlighting the subject matter of plants, birds, and pollinators. Subjects may include plants only or animals only (birds, mammals, insects, reptiles & amphibians, etc), but judging weight will be given to images that emphasize plants and their relationships with their pollinators. Original art only (includes prints of digital works) in 2- or 3-dimensions. Jurying emphasis will be on both artistic excellence and scientific accuracy...

Details will soon be available at Call For Entry.org

Submission Period: in July and closes August 5, 2013.
Art Delivery: no later than October 14, 2013
Exhibit Dates: Nov.17, 2013 – Feb. 9, 2014

Entry Fee: $25.

Only entries submitted digitally via CallForEntry.org will be considered. Final 2D 16 x 20 matted works must be delivered to the Gardens no later than October 14, 2013, for framing.

CONTACT: [email protected] with questions.

 

GNSI LEGACY PROJECT  ///Is there a Legacy Project page on new site?

GNSI members have a wealth of scientific illustrations accompanied by decades of research and sketches. An archive of these works is appealing for family members not wishing to keep every file or piece of paper forever, and for illustrators who want to make their life's work accessible to a broad range of students, researchers and budding illustrators. There will be a selection process; the GNSI and our host institution will determine what is appropriate to include. Individual members will decide what they would like considered. Future goals include a digital archive as well.

We now have a potential institution interested in hosting our archives. In order to make this project a reality, we need to present our host with specifics, and this is where we need your help. If you have the slightest interest in housing some of your works in a permanent archive of scientific illustrators, now or in the future, please answer the following questions. You may contact Gretchen Halpert directly with your answers, or you can answer the electronic questionnaire online.

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