The Bruce Museum is pleased to welcome renowned artist and author James Gurney for two special public events: On Monday, October 8, 6:00-7:30 pm, the Museum will host an Art Workshop, “Techniques for Science Illustration with James Gurney.” And on Tuesday, October 9, 6:30-8 pm, Gurney will present the Marianne Smith Memorial Lecture, “How I Paint Dinosaurs: Art, Science, and Imagination.”
On Tuesday, October 9, Gurney will share the practical methods that he uses to translate a scientist’s understanding of an extinct creature into a realistic painting. A reception takes place at 6:30 pm; Gurney’s talk begins at 7 pm and will be followed by a book signing. The “How I Paint Dinosaurs: Art, Science, and Imagination” lecture is free for Museum members and students with ID; non-members $15. Reservations can be made at brucemuseum.org; please register in advance as space will be limited for both events.
Free for Museum members and students with ID; non-members $15
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