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Thursday, July 1, 2010

WILD HARVEST - Ethnobotany Illustrated

WILD HARVEST - Ethnobotany Illustrated

Denver Botanic Gardens' Botanical Art and Illustration Program, in partnership with the Denver International Airport's Art Program, invites you to participate in a buried exhibit highlighting the inextricable tie between plants and people.
March 7 - June 3, 2011

Venue: Denver International Airport, Denver, CO

Eligibility: The exhibit is open to artists enrolled in any of the botanical illustration classes in Denver Botanic Gardens' Botanical Art and Illustration Program as well as the Program Instructors and Guest Instructors from 1990-2010 (NOTE: this includes also our students in El Charco, San Miguel de Allende, GTO, Mexico)

Subject Theme: Plants used in textiles, clothing, tools, cosmetics, dyeing, construction, medicine, magic, nutrition or for other purposes throughout the human history.

Submission Deadline: December 6, 2010.


Further Information and Contacts: Mervi Hjelmroos-Koski, phone: 720-865-3653. Alternate: Kim Manajek, phone: 720-865-3526.

For more detailed Call to Artists, please click here, or the link on the right hand column under Of Note. (To Download or print the pdf-document, please use the user name: biprogram and password: student)

(Illustration above: Erigeron speciosus by Susan Rubin)

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