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Natural Discourse: Flora & Fauna

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Tickets are now on sale for Natural Discourse: Flora & Fauna.

Natural Discourse: Artists, Architects, Scientists, & Poets in the Garden is an ongoing series of symposia, publications, and exhibits viewed through the lens of curiosity and wonder. Conceived and curated by Shirley Alexandra Watts, Natural Discourse began in 2012 as a means of exploring the connection between art, architecture, and science, within the framework of botanical gardens and natural history museums.

Natural Discourse: Flora & Fauna
Keynote lecture by Rosamond Purcell
October 16, 2015 6:30pm
La Brea Tar Pits & Museum

The 10/16 keynote is free and open to the public but it is important to call and reserve your seat 213-763-3499.

October 17, 2015 9am – 4 pm
The Natural History Museum of Los Angeles
900 Exposition Blvd, Los Angeles, California.

A day of curiosity-driven lectures and exploratory workshops.

Symposium registration and online ticket purchase here. Seating is limited and is expected to fill quickly....


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