March 9, 2017 - April 27, 2017
The celebrated dioramas, dinosaur skeletons, and other distinctive features of the Museum serve as the setting for an intensive after-hours drawing course with illustrator and naturalist Patricia Wynne. Learn about the gifted artists who created the world-class dioramas as you sketch subjects in their “natural” environments.
Note: Prior drawing experience recommended. Enrollment limited to 25 people.
To take a look at previous student work, visit the Museum's Flickr page here.
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February 25, 2017
Sold out - In this one-day course, we will explore the basic biology of stem cells, understand new research techniques, and address the ethical concerns that surround them.
March 8, 2017 - April 12, 2017
Sold out - For those who have never taken the Museum’s popular Animal Drawing class, this new course begins with basics and offers one-on-one guidance from master illustrator and naturalist Patricia Wynne.
March 11, 2017
Compare human-induced sea level rise, a consequence of global warming, with the natural variability in sea level height caused by El Niño and other ocean atmosphere phenomena.
March 22, 2017 - May 3, 2017
Amaze your friends and family as you take control of the Hayden Planetarium, and lead your own tour through the cosmos, using the Museum’s cutting-edge 3D map of universe.
April 20, 2017 - May 18, 2017
Learn about current stem cell therapies, the challenges ahead, and potential future treatments.
April 29, 2017
Wake up your mind with our first ever Brain Brunch! Eat, drink, and learn about the enigmatic and important function of sleep. Experts in the field discuss their work on the science of sleep, and the role rest plays in learning, memory, and behavior.