For Immediate Release 07/02/04:
CONTACT: JENNIFER KARSON (802) 656-0750
FLEMING MUSEUM NOONTIME CAFE AND PROGRAMS ANNOUNCED
The Romance of the Road: Hiroshige's 53 Stations of the Tokaido
John Seyller, adjunct curator of Asian art, Fleming Museum; professor, Department of Art and Art History, UVM
From Audubon to Dove: Artists as Naturalists
Evelyn C. Hankins, curator of collections and exhibitions, Fleming Museum
Art of the Natural World: Scholar's Rocks from the Richard Rosenblum Collection
Anna Rosenblum Palmer
The Mind of Nature: Cultivating a Discerning Eye
Stephanie Kaza, associate professor, Environmental Program, UVM
Naturalist Traditions in the Visual Arts: Research in Progress
Bill Lipke, guest curator of Bernd Heinrich: The Naturalist as Artist; professor emeritus, Department of Art, UVM; and students from Art History 96.
The Natural and Cultural History of Landscapes
Walter Poleman, associate director, Field Naturalist Program, UVM; director of the PLACE program; lecturer in the Botany Department and the Rubenstein School of Environment and Natural Resources, UVM.
Where: Fleming Museum,
61 Colchester Avenue, Burlington
When: 2 pm, Sunday, October 17; Sunday, November 21; Sunday, December 5
May 1 - Labor Day
Tuesday - Friday, noon - 4 pm
Saturday & Sunday, 1 - 5 pm
Labor Day - April 30
Tuesday - Friday, 9 am - 4 pm
Saturday & Sunday, 1 - 5 pm.
Closed Mondays and major holiday weekends.
Admission: $5 adults, $10 family, $3 students and seniors. Free to Museum members; UVM, Burlington College, Champlain College, Community College of Vermont, and St. Michael's College faculty, staff, and students; and children 6 and under.
Contact: (802) 656-0750
Recorded: (802) 656-2090