Satisfy Your Curiosity for nature at
staff this Thursday, Nov. 8th, from 5:30 PM * 7:30 PM. There is an
exhibit reception honoring “Natural Curiosity,” a long-term exhibition
on USC’s Natural Science Collection, as well as “A Sense of
Wonder,” a nature and science-based exhibition of paintings by Pam Bowers.
Refreshments and special exhibit tours will be available.
assembling mineral, plant, fossil and animal specimen collections. From the
University’s beginning, faculty has used these collections for
teaching and research. While many of these collections are no longer used in
the classroom, they are an unmatched resource for understanding the
history of science and the fascination with nature.
Pam Bowers, our faculty member in the
the fascination with nature. Utilizing her skills as a painter and
photographer,Bowers explores the relationship between imagination and fact
to express her sense of wonder with the natural world. She uses a
mixture of techniques including painting, digital painting, and cyanotypes
to fully explore the natural world through science. Bowers offers a
unique glimpse into a visionary world of scientific study and curiosity.For more information, contact Jill Koyerman or Ja-Nae Epps at 777-7251