Audubon’s Quadrupeds:
His Last Project
on display through March 28, 2020
After the phenomenal success of Audubon’s Birds of America project, he turned his talents towards the four-footed creatures. With the artistic assistance of his two sons, and in concert with co-author John Bachman, Audubon plunged into this endeavor with his characteristic vigor and talent. He created the first American produced, illustrated compilation of indigenous fauna. The exhibit features original lithograph prints!
Call for Art, Exhibitors,
and Vendors!
Morongo Basin community members are invited to contribute original works of art made from recycled or reused materials for display in the Hi-Desert Nature Museum’s annual exhibition, Reduce, Reuse, Recycle .  Assemblage, mixed media and upcycled creations are welcomed. Children, schools and clubs are especially encouraged to
participate!  The exhibition will be on display April 3 to May 16, 2020 .
The Hi-Desert Nature Museum is seeking vendors and exhibitors for the event including artists, designers, crafters, gardeners composters, environmental organizations and more that offer information or products that convey the event theme. The deadline for all vendor applications is March 13, 2020. The application deadline for exhibitors and non-profit organizations is March 27, 2020.
LECTURES
The lecture begins at 5:30 p.m., come early since seating is limited.
$5 donation at the door.