The Gillespie Museum will host environmental educator and photographer Dustin Angell of Archbold Research Station, Venus, Florida, this week.
On Thursday, March 14, 7-8:30 p.m., he will be the guest at the Science Café: Conservation Photography. He will share his portraits of documentary work of Florida ecologists and offer tips on how others can participate in the movement. Participants will learn about the historical relationship between photography and conservation in the United States and the difference between nature photography and conservation photography. Read more on Stetson Today.
On Friday, March 15, 9-10:30 a.m. in the Rinker Environmental Learning Center, the Gillespie Museum and the Biology Department will co-host Coffee and Bagels with Dustin Angell. Professor Cindy Bennington will lead an informal discussion with Angell about careers in environmental education, training for informal science education, and using art and photography to promote environmental awareness.
Both events are free and open to all. Cultural Credit is available for Stetson undergraduates.
The Gillespie Museum is located at 234 E. Michigan Ave. For more information: 386.822.7330 or Gillespie Museum.