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Beehavior Art Exhibit

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Name: Beehavior Art Exhibit
Date: April 4, 2018
Time: 12:00 AM - 11:59 PM MDT
Chasing Bees: A glimpse into the life of bees in the Beehavior Exhibit in the Art Gallery at WWCC
Event Description:
Western Wyoming Community College will host an art exhibition inspired by bees from March 2nd, to April 23rd, 2018 with a gallery talk by Ashley Hope Carlisle April 26th at 12:30PM, in the art gallery.

Ashley Hope Carlisle, Associate Professor of Art in Sculpture at UW and Dr. Michael Dillon, Associate Professor in the Department of Zoology & Physiology and Program in Ecology at UW have converged to create works encompassing bees and your senses.  This exhibition is part of a National Science Foundation grant supporting research which explores how bumblebees are able to thrive everywhere from lowland California to alpine Oregon. The grant, "Adaptation Across Latitude and Altitude: Genomics, Morphology, and Physiology of Montane Bumble Bees” is a collaboration with Jeffrey D. Lozier from the University of Alabama, and James P. Strange from the University of Utah.
Location:
Western Wyoming Community College Art Gallery 
Date/Time Information:
March 2nd, to April 23rd, 2018 
Contact Information:
Florence McEwin
Fees/Admission:
Free Admission
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