Beneath the Surface: Albus Cavus - Urban Microworld

Georgetown Library

Beneath the Surface: Albus Cavus - Urban Microworld

Thursday, July 18, 2013, 5:30 p.m.

In our urban environment, every square inch contains hundreds of organisms that are an important part of our ecosystem. This workshop explores the microscopic structure, topography and anatomy of well-known as well as rare members of urban fauna and flora. Participants will practice analyzing and sketching living organisms.

Ages 13-19.

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ACAlbus Cavus is an international collective of artists and scientists who improve quality of urban life through arts and creativity. This goal is accomplished with community-based public art, participatory events, interactive environments and project-oriented education. “Beneath the Surface” workshops present innovative art techniques for exploring the world beneath the obvious and invisible to the bare eye.