Exhibit celebrates 10 years of scientific illustrations

Exhibit celebrates 10 years of scientific illustrations

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Scientific Illustrations by the Great Plains Chapter of Guild of Natural Science Illustrators, Inc. will be on display through Nov. 28 in Love Library South.There will be a First Friday Art Walk event for the exhibit from 5 to 7 p.m. Sept. 2.

Scientific Illustrations by the Great Plains Chapter of Guild of Natural Science Illustrators, Inc. will be on display during the Fall 2016 semester. This exhibit celebrates the Chapter’s 10th anniversary.

The exhibit will be on display through Nov. 28 in Love Library South, second floor.

There will be a First Friday Art Walk event for the exhibit from 5 to 7 p.m. Sept. 2 in Love Library South.

Along with their artwork, members of GNSI-Great Plains will also exhibit tools, specimens and educational information about scientific illustration and their chapter.

GNSI was founded in 2006. The organization is based in Lincoln, Nebraska, with members from Kansas, Iowa and Nebraska.

Members of the GNSI-Great Plains Chapter include professional scientific illustrators, educators and anyone interested in scientific illustration. Through their art and educational programs, GNSI encourages conservation and preservation of our incredible Midwest ecosystems.

For more information, contact Melissa Sinner at 402-472-0026 or msinner1@unl.edu.