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Tuesday, August 28, 2007

It is time to think about the September BI-courses

[Adisia polyciphala by Robert Wight (1796-1872): Illustrations of Indian botany or figures illustrative of each of the natural orders of Indian plants described in the author's prodromus florae peninsulae Indiae orientalis. Madras, 1840-1850.]


It is September soon and we can again, gradually start our evening's program by offering first Pencil I on Monday evenings and Watercolor I on Tuesday evenings (6-9 p.m.).
Please, note that the next time Watercolor I is offered in the evenings, will be in Fall 2008!
In Fort Collins we offer a weekend Botany class (Friday-Sunday; September 21-23). FYI: The number of seats for the Fort Collins’ classes is now limited to eleven (11).
For other required classes offered both in Denver and Fort Collins, please click here. You can find a more detailed description of the classes in the regular cataloque.
Our excellent instructor Karla Beatty just returned from a four-week trip to India. Directly related to her trip we will offer the class: Ancient India and the Gardens of South Asia. Do not miss this unique opportunity.
Another interesting elective course that deserves a special note is Spice Plants from Asia. The art from this class will be displayed in the Connors’ Family exhibit case in Gates Garden Court during the Holidays - an excellent way to display your art during the busiest visitor season at DBG. See for the more detailed description of the elective classes here.
Jessa Huebing-Reitinger's guest workshop is coming up in September, please note that we have reduced the course fee by 30%.

Remember to stop by Gates Garden Court, the Instructors Art Show can be viewed there for three more days, Student Art Show will come up on Friday (~ 55 pieces of art!). Please, mark your calendar the reception on Friday, September 14th, 5-7 p.m.

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