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Come see The Naked and the Newt: Studies in Human and Herpeton Anatomy art exhibit to see how artists explore the human body and reptiles / amphibians / herpetons. This exhibition investigates conceptions of anatomy, texture, and conservation with our partners, the Virginia Herpetological Society, and runs June 4-26, 2021 at Del Ray Artisans gallery in the Colasanto Center, 2704 Mount Vernon Avenue, Alexandria, Virginia 22301. Gallery hours are Thursdays 12-6pm, Fridays 12-6pm, and Saturdays 12-4pm. The gallery is free, open to the public, and accessible. Reserve a ticket for a half-hour viewing during the extended hours on opening day: Friday, June 4 between 12-8pm. Opening day tickets are not required, but ticket holders have priority entry. The gallery capacity is limited to 10 people at any one time in order to facilitate social distancing. Also in June, workshops taught by local artists and free talks by the Virginia Herpetological Society are offered in conjunction with the exhibit, including: ONLINE TALK: Our National Symbol - an evidence based argument for why salamanders should replace the bald eagle, ONLINE TALK: Turtles of Virginia - Life History and Conservation OUTDOOR EVENT: Live Animal Drawing
  • Start:June 04, 2021
  • End:June 26, 2021
  • Recurring
  • Where:Del Ray Artisans, 2704 Mount Vernon Avenue,, Arlington County, Virginia, United States, 22301
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  • Event Type: Other
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