Teacher Professional Learning Workshop
Registration includes a light dinner. Up to two Act 48 hours available.
For six months, Pittsburgh painter Ashley Cecil served as an artist-in-residence at Carnegie Museum of Natural History creating and exhibiting artwork depicting specimen collections and visualizing scientific research. Her artistic practice and teaching strategies make dense science relatable. Her work also endears people to nature, and highlights creatures that serve as barometers, showing us how our shared environment is faring. Following a discussion with Cecil, join museum educators in the CMOA galleries to discover how other artists have explored the natural world as their subject matter.