Urban Wildlife: Learning to Co+Exist –an exhibition reception for Survey members

A special reception for RI Natural History Survey members and friends… Urban Wildlife: Learning to Co+Exist explores the lives of wild animals in urban areas and the human responses to this shared territory. Through artistic/scientific collaborations, the exhibit encourages the viewing public to take an active role in healthy co-existence with urban animals.

Friday, July 27 at 5 PM – 8 PM

RISD ISB Gallery 55 Canal Walk

An artistic exploration of urban wildlife is a rare discovery indeed! At the Natural History Survey we believe there are important lessons to be learned everywhere about Nature and human interaction with it, as much in our urban areas as in well preserved natural areas. At the Survey, we also welcome any way of “seeing” the natural world that helps our understanding… and that includes through art as well as through science. Come share the wonder as we explore this exciting project during a special reception for Survey members and friends. The Natural History Survey encourages people to discover wild animals and plants in ALL parts of Rhode Island.

This event is Free & Open to the Public! RSVP the Survey office via email or phone.


July 27, 2018


5-8 p.m.


RISD ISB Gallery, 55 Canal Walk, Providence, RI

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