Edge of Life at UNT

The Edge of Life exhibit opens this Wednesday, April 20, at the Eagle Exhibit Hall in the Environmental Education, Science and Technology (EESAT) building at the University of North Texas in Denton, Texas. Dr. Kulhavy and I will present a lecture on how the show came together from 2:30-3:30 in EESAT 130 on Wednesday, with an opening reception from 5-8 in conjunction with eARTh Day events. The show runs through June 10th.

A big thank you goes to Lari Gibbons, Brian Wheeler and James Kennedy of UNT for all of their help bringing the show to Denton. Thank you goes to Gary Parker for all of his efforts getting the show packed safely, and to Lisa Steed, Joseph Alford, Kira Kalondy, and the Cole Art Center gallery guards for their contributions.

We received an Arts Respond Natural Resources and Agriculture Grant from the Texas Commission on the Arts to help get the show to Denton and to help with producing the exhibit catalog this summer.

Additional sponsors include the University of North Texas' Elm Fork Education Center and the Natural Heritage Museum, the Department of Biological Sciences in the College of Arts and Sciences, and the Department of Studio in the College of Visual Arts and Design.

Installation of the exhibit.

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