Conservation

Art at Audubon

Presenting artistic/creative competitions, art exhibitions featuring local, regional, national and youth artists, artist-in-residence opportunities, and a venue for mini, pop-up art vendor shows coming soon. A place where nature, science and art connect to inspire all people.

Upcoming Exhibition:

Conservation Through a Lens, April 10th - June 18th. Highlighting extraordinary wildlife from around the world and their intriguing conservation stories through captivating photography, video, workshops and powerful interpretation.  This exhibit takes a multidisciplinary approach to combine science and art in a way that can benefit the community and our local ecosystems.  Workshops offered:  Converting Photography into Video, Introduction to Wildlife Photography, Using Media to Interpret the Natural World, Beyond the Lawn, Planet Indonesia (virtual) and Resillience: Story of the American Red Wolf Film Screening (virtual).  Register for all workshops here

2021 SCHEDULE

Conservation Through A Lens (Justin Grubb/Running Wild Media), April 10 - June 18 

Relationships with the Natural World (Karen Albanese Campbell), July 9 - September 17

Central Ohio Plein Air Painting Competition, August 6-7 ($15 Entry Fee) Paintings on Display through September 25

Central Ohio Plein Air Paint Day, September 25

The Art of Wildlife Conservation(Jim McCormac and Juliet Mullett), October 1 - December 3

Exhibitions and dates are subject to change.  Please check back often for updates. 
Contact Sandy Libertini for more information on Art at Audubon.

 

 

 

 

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