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Monday, December 28, 2009


(strong roots – strong foundation – photo: MHjK)
New Year is the time to celebrate a new beginning – for the Botanical Art and Illustration Program the year of 2010 marks several remarkable changes which I’m happy to announce:
The Botanical Art and Illustration Program moves from the DBG's Education Department into the Exhibitions, Art and Library Collections’ Department. It has now been integrated into the Denver Botanic Gardens and is managed by a full-time DBG staff employee instead of a contracted position. To guarantee the future strong growth and sustainability, the Hurtt Family Botanical Art and Illustration Endowment was created through a generous gift.
Our 2010 courses start on January 12th. The see our course offerings for January and February, please click here for the Required Classes and here for the Elective Classes. Our classes fill very fast, please register in time.
To see the entry regarding our 20-yr anniversary exhibit in 2010, please click here.
(Camellia japonica by Kaye Hurtt)

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