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Apr 18 Tuesday
While actually drawing birds in front of the audience, popular artist and naturalist Robert Braunfield will discuss ways to identify birds with sketches of size, shape, behavior, coloration, migration, and more. The program is a uniquely educational, and entertaining, way to learn the basics of birdwatching.
Admission is $10.00 and free to members of Cedar Hill Cemetery Foundation, Wethersfield Historical Society, and Great Meadows Conservation Trust.
Tickets are available online at www.cedarhillfoundation.org or at the door on the evening of the event.
May 02 Tuesday
Mathew Duman embarked on a “grotesque safari,” traveling to 10 universities around the country to photograph the unique grotesques and gargoyles roosting on academic buildings. He collected his findings in the book The Grotesque 10.
Duman will present a selection of grotesques and gargoyles in an illustrated lecture, giving you a taste of the variety of ornament, history, and humor these campuses have to offer. Connecticut schools featured in the lecture include Yale University and Trinity College.
Admission is $10.00 and free to members of Cedar Hill Cemetery Foundation and Wethersfield Historical Society.