Georgia Museum of Natural History, theEnvironmental Ethics Certificate Program at the University of Georgia, and the Friends of the Georgia Museum of Natural History are co-hosting the Grand Opening of its new gallery space on September 15 from 6:00 - 8:00 p.m.
The reception will include a special art exhibition entitled "Lost Species, Visions of Landscapes Past" featuring the landscape paintings of Philip Juras and a reading by nature writer, Dorinda Dallmeyer, director of the University of Georgia Environmental Ethics Certificate Program. The Gallery will feature the natural landscape of pre-settlement southeastern United States. Some unique museum specimens available for viewing include an ivory-billed woodpecker, a Carolina parakeet, and a passenger pigeon.
This event is free and open to the public.
Museum location and parking. There are no parking fees during this event.
For questions, please contact the Georgia Museum of Natural History (706-542-1663 or email: email@example.com).