Fluid Taxonomy

Suzanne Anker. Biolab

Fluid Taxonomy

We are pleased to announce an upcoming workshop series, Morphology and Geographic Variation, on the relationship of form to place. With the natural history collection as our starting point, we’ll hear from scientists, artists, designers, programmers, musicians, and more on place-based study.

Our three Visiting Artists, Brandon Ballengée, Suzanne Anker and Brian Conley, will be leading the class in 2-day intensive workshops from the UNM Museum of Southwestern Biology as well as in the field. During their visit to UNM, each artist will be giving a talk that is free and open to the public. Please forward this information to your students!

All talks are free and open to the public at the UNM Science Math & Learning Center (SMLC). Visiting Artist lectures and workshops are supported by the National Science Foundation AIM-UP! Research Coordination Network, UNM Department of Biology, UNM Art & Ecology, and the College of Fine Arts at UNM.

Check in to the course blog to learn about upcoming lectures, relevant articles, artists, and other resources on the intersection of art and natural history.
http://unm-coev.blogspot.com/

All talks are free and open to the public at the UNM Science Math & Learning Center (SMLC). Visiting Artist lectures and workshops are supported by the National Science Foundation AIM-UP! Research Coordination Network, UNM Department of Biology, UNM Art & Ecology, and the College of Fine Arts at UNM.

Fluid Taxonomy

Morphology and Geographic Variation workshop series
Museum of Southwestern Biology
University of New Mexico
Albuquerque, NM
http://www.msb.unm.edu/

Public lecture
Science Math Learning Center
Thursday, March 29
5pm MST

Fluid Taxonomy Workshop 
Friday March 30- Saturday March 31
10am-4pm MST