Monday, October 14, 2013

Lecture tomorrow in Michigan


If you live near Detroit, Michigan, and you like dinosaurs, fantasy art, or Dinotopia, please come to my lecture tomorrow at the Cranbrook Institute of Science, where they have a big exhibit of dinosaur skeletons from western North America. 

The event will start at 6:00 with a book signing, and we'll have some Dinotopia books there. Then I'll give a digital slide lecture at 7:00 called "Dinotopia: Art, Science, and Imagination," showing how I paint realistic dinosaurs and ancient civilizations for science publications, and how that work has inspired the fantasy world of Dinotopia. It should be interesting for humans of all ages.


2 comments:

Katherine said...

Would love to hear you speak. Did you know New Zealand had lots of land dinosaurs? We didn't until fairly recently... !

Steve said...

Looking forward to crossing paths, Jim. Hope you have time to get to the DIA and see its iconic Bouguereau, the Rivera murals, and many other treasures.