The Art of Science: Observational drawing workshop + marine debris research
If the event is sold out, please add your name to the waitlist here: http://bit.ly/ArtofScienceJan14Waitlist.
*Note that this event was rescheduled due to inclement weather from Jan. 14th to Monday January 27th.
Date: Monday January 27th, 5-8pm (*This event is 2-part)
Location: Crane's Castle Brewing, 1550 NE Riddell Rd., Bremerton
Join one or both parts of this exciting event:
1) Art Workshop: 5:00- 6:30pm - $20 per person (*registration required)
Join local artist Jacquelyn Speare as she guides us through an observational drawing workshop. Create your own drawings of seashells found on the beaches of the Puget Sound while learning about the cool critters that inhabited them with staff from Washington Sea Grant and Harbor WildWatch. Participants will learn basic drawing techniques and add watercolor to their work to take home. Learn more about Jacquelyn at https://www.jacquelynspeare.com/. Refunds for this portion are unavailable after January 1st.
2) COASST Presentation: 7:00- 8:00pm - FREE! (*No registration required; participation in this part is first-come, first-served)
Following the art workshop, members of the University of Washingtons COASST team will share current research on marine debris and provide ways to plug-in and make a difference. Learn more about COASST at https://coasst.org/.
Throughout event, participants are invited to sip on locally brewed beer and kombucha and munch on delicious food from Augie's Backyard BBQ. *Vegetarian options are available.
Brought to you by: WSU Kitsap Extension, Cranes Castle Brewing, COASST, Washington Sea Grant, Harbor WildWatch, Augies BBQ, and Kitsap County
Crane's Castle Brewing (View)
345 6th Street., Suite 550
Bremerton, WA 98366
|Kid Friendly: Yes!|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|